Fresh UK govern­ment work for Amor

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GLAS­GOW-based busi­ness tech­nol­ogy com­pany Amor Group, has gained a place on the lat­est G-Cloud Frame­work, G-Cloud III.

G-Cloud is the UK Govern­ment pro­gramme aimed at en­cour­ag­ing the pub­lic sec­tor to adopt cloud com­put­ing and ac­cess ben­e­fi­cial economics and sus­tain­abil­ity of In­for­ma­tion and Com­mu­ni­ca­tion Tech­nol­ogy (ICT). It fun­da­men­tally changes the way the pub­lic sec­tor pro­cures and op­er­ates ICT. Amor’s G-Cloud III Frame­work of­fer­ing ex­tends the scale of what it pro­vided as part of G-Cloud II and now in­cludes In­fra­struc­ture as a Ser­vice (Lot 1); Soft­ware as a Ser­vice (Lot 3) and Spe­cial­ist Ser­vices (Lot 4). Since join­ing the GCloud II frame­work in Oc­to­ber 2012, it has se­cured ap­prox­i­mately £900,000 of busi­ness for pub­lic sec­tor clients.

Alas­tair O’Brien, Pub­lic Ser­vices Sec­tor Di­rec­tor, Amor Group said: “We are proud to be part of this in­no­va­tive Govern­ment pro­gramme at the fore­front of the pub­lic sec­tor ICT rev­o­lu­tion.

“It is tes­ta­ment to the rel­e­vance and qual­ity of the ser­vices we of­fer that we have again suc­ceeded in gain­ing a place on the Frame­work.

“Our ser­vices cover the full Cloud trans­for­ma­tion and ser­vice tran­si­tion life­cy­cle, but are also de­signed to be stand-alone. This means we can draw on our ex­per­tise to best suit clients’ spe­cific needs and their po­si­tion on the Cloud jour­ney.

“Our ser­vices ex­tend be­yond the scope of Cloud and can be tai­lored and scaled to meet the de­mands of most busi­ness and ICT trans­for­ma­tion pro­grammes.”

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