Xpertex included on Governments G-Cloud 9 framework

One of the UK’s fastest growing independent IT Consultancy companies, Xpertex, has recently announced that it has been successfully awarded a place on the highly competitive G-Cloud 9 framework – the government’s cloud procurement framework. Following a rigorous procurement process, Xpertex can now offer additional cloud services and professional services to public sector organisations, under the G-Cloud 9 framework.

Xpertex will have now extended its reach across the UK public sector including central government, local government, health, education, emergency services, defence and not-for-profit organisations.

G-Cloud 9 is designed to improve on G-Cloud 8 and G-Cloud 7 frameworks by making the service more attractive and easier to use.

This framework enables Xpertex to continue providing professional service (IT Experts) and cloud solutions to the UK’s public sector.

Xpertex has played a key role for many years in helping local and national government agencies, councils and public sector organisations to reduce costs, while managing risk, implementing efficiencies and improving quality.

Marcus Trott, (Director of Xpertex) said: “Securing a place on the new G-Cloud 9 government framework is of huge importance for us. Not only is it a validation of our hard work for public sector clients through the existing schemes, but it also points the way forward for the business. We have been expanding our public sector business enormously year-on-year over the last decade.”

“The key to our success is to fully engage with our clients, building trust and excellent relationships but also fully understanding their business culture/values and applying this knowledge to our work together.”

Xpertex are an expert in providing secure IT solutions. The award winning company is typically engaged when organisations are implementing a new system or making significant changes to an existing system, to ensure systems are efficient, secure, available and work as expected – especially in an increasingly complex and distributed digital age.