Exponential-e Expands Public Sector Capabilities on G-Cloud 12
Exponential-e Ltd continues its success in public sector business growth, with the expansion of its presence on the latest G-Cloud 12 framework, broadening the range of solutions it is able to offer public sector organisations to secure, optimise and futureproof their IT infrastructure.
Drawing on years of hands-on experience working and collaborating with public sector organisations in healthcare, charity, education, housing and central/local government, Exponential-e has developed its G-Cloud services in direct response to the unique challenges faced by the sector. Even with the challenging conditions presented by COVID-19, these latest service innovations have proved to be of huge benefit to the organisations directly impacted, allowing them to implement agile approaches to both working practices and infrastructure development.
Now, with 43 separate service lines covering four key portfolio areas (Cloud, Connectivity, Security and Unified Communications), Exponential-e's ability to deliver a broad range of competencies, including niche service products and on-trend market offerings gives the public sector buying community a true "one-stop shop". At the same time, Exponential-e continues to expand its wider public service offerings, with a strong and flourishing presence in RM3808 Network Services 2, RM3804 Technology Services 2, RM3825 HSCN and RM6094 SPARK DPS.
Afshin Attari, Exponential-e's Director of Public Sector and Unified Platforms commented:
"We've been deeply involved in the G-Cloud framework ever since it first launched in 2012, and it has played a key part in our work across the public sector, ensuring the solutions we deliver provide organisations value for money and the agility needed to pivot, adapt and scale up in response to an evolving landscape and unanticipated shifts, like the onset of COVID-19. We anticipate G-Cloud 12 will open up numerous opportunities to build on this philosophy of futureproofing and ongoing innovation. We're looking forward to exploring these further and developing our new and longstanding partnerships across the whole of government."
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