“As a Crown Commercial Service supplier on the Digital Marketplace, IT Naturally can now provide cloud computing services to government departments and agencies.”
IT Naturally is delighted to have been named as a Crown Commercial Service Supplier on the digital marketplace. Being accepted onto G-Cloud 12 means we join a list of suppliers who can provide cloud computing to government departments and agencies.
The Government Cloud helps customers in the UK public sector find and buy cloud computing services, with contracts being directly awarded in weeks rather than months.
IT Naturally is an IT Infrastructure MSP who securely manage and transform our customers’ infrastructure with integrity, quality, expertise and simplicity, and we are really excited to be on the G-Cloud framework to cement our success in our first year of trading.
It’s a rigorous and lengthy process to get onto the framework; it takes months of planning, a hefty application and a nail-biting wait for the results.
IT Naturally CEO, Richard Gardner “The process was eye opening and required more work than initially anticipated, but really worth it. As well as having our services available to procure on the framework it also brought the team together as we worked through it all.”
Through this framework we have 11 services on G-Cloud 12 in the Cloud Support tower:
- Managed Security Operation Centre (SOC)
- Cloud Operations Managed Service
- Network Transformation
- Cloud Migration Planning
- End User Computing Transformation
- End User Computing Managed Service
- Service Desk as a Service
- O365 Tenant Migration
- Cloud Migration Delivery
- Network Managed Service
G-Cloud 12 is valued at £1.9bn and is initially set to run for 12 months, but has an option to be extended by a further year. The framework has seen a 25% uplift in the number of cloud services featured this time around compared to the 11th version.
G-Cloud 12 went live on 28th September 2020, and will supersede the 11 framework, which was due to expire in July 2020 but has since been granted a six-month stay of execution until 18 December 2020 due to Covid-19.