Xpertex Press Release | 2 July 2019
Xpertex’s Application to G-Cloud 11 Successful
After a rigorous, competitive application and selection process, cyber and information security advisory service company Xpertex has been awarded a place in the Cloud Support category on G-Cloud 11, the latest iteration of the pan-government digital procurement framework.
Having been previously awarded places on earlier stages of G-Cloud in previous years, Xpertex is delighted to continue its reach across the UK public sector using this efficient and streamlined platform for contracting digital services.
Marcus Trott, Director of Xpertex, said: “Our confirmed place on the new G-Cloud 11 government framework is of huge significance to Xpertex. Not only is it a validation of our ongoing hard work for our public sector customers, but it also continues to lead the way ahead for the business. We have been expanding our public sector business significantly year-on-year for well over a decade now and G-Cloud has been an important part of this.”
Formed in 2006, Xpertex has helped clients in defence, financial services, education, retail, central and local government deal with secure IT project delivery and highly complex cyber and information security challenges.
Technology and vendor agnostic, we can efficiently provide information security services for organisations large and small, that are robust, flexible and effective. Our focus always starts with an organisation’s human factors, in other words its people, culture and processes, to which we then fit the most appropriate technology.
We build long term relationships with our customers, acting as a trusted advisor. We immerse ourselves in your business and add value with an up-front in-depth analysis of your requirements, to provide sustainable and strategic solutions, quickly and flexibly.
The G-Cloud framework is an agreement between the government and cloud-based service suppliers and is part of the Government’s digital marketplace. The service was first established in 2012.
G-Cloud facilitates quicker, easier and cost saving procurement of cloud-based services, be they for cloud hosting, cloud software and cloud support, by offering pre-defined terms & conditions for use between public sector buyers and listed suppliers and removes the need to run a full tender or competition procurement process.
For more information see: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/the-g-cloud-framework-on-the-digital-marketplace