We’re incredibly happy to announce that we have been accepted into the Government’s G-Cloud framework. This latest development is the next step in helping us reach our ambitious growth plans and we can’t wait to get started.
But what is the G-Cloud framework and what does it mean for Titus?
What is G-Cloud 12?
G-Cloud is a government framework which hosts all of the companies that are able to offer cloud-based digital solutions to public bodies. Each supplier is listed on the Digital Marketplace website where procurers can compare different offerings. The framework is managed by the Crown Commercial Services which is an executive agency and trading fund of the Cabinet Office of the UK Government.
The G-Cloud framework applies to countless different services. We’re part of Lot 2, ‘Cloud Software which includes companies that offer an online learning platform that can be accessed both by private or public networks.
What does this mean for Titus?
Titus has always had ambitious growth plans that we have met, and that hasn’t changed. Being accepted opens up opportunities to work with highly regulated public bodies. On top of this, it emphasises our goal of providing the highest quality service, security and quality assurance.
G-Cloud has been running for 8 years, and in that time the framework has stimulated over £4 billion in revenue, with 44% of that awarded to SMEs.
Along with our recent ISO 9001 accreditation, it signals our commitment to high levels of service, quality and security. For our existing customers, that means they can expect to receive even higher levels of support. Titus already has a reputation for high level of service in those areas, but this achievement means that it’s been validated by a Government body.