In light of the pandemic, the government framework will help provide rapid support to organisations.
Telent has successfully achieved inclusion in the G-Cloud 12 framework as it continues to expand its Cloud Services portfolio, to play a crucial role in supporting public sector organisations amid the pandemic.
Providing enhanced functionality for when it is needed most, Telent’s private cloud platform and associated services have been developed specifically for mission critical and highly secure applications. The framework will allow public sector organisations to easily adopt the latest cloud-based innovations, across the categories of cloud hosting, software applications, and support services.
With a wealth of experience in delivering large, complex, mission critical networks for emergency services and public sector organisations, the endorsement will see Telent’s cloud portfolio operate under the framework to showcase its services to help meet the challenges of digital transformation.
The company’s IaaS and BaaS are built with a combination of the latest technologies from leading best of breed vendors. The services provide 24/7 UK support and data sovereignty, PSN accreditation, 99.999% Platform Service Level and the ability to dynamically scale and move resources to meet user needs, allowing CIOs to fully embrace the Digital Economy.
“During these unprecedented times, the concept of working remotely is gradually becoming the new norm. Therefore, it’s crucial that public sector organisations are able to access innovative solutions from approved suppliers quickly and at scale,” said Shani Latif, Sales Director at Telent’s Network Services division. “We are delighted to be included in the G-Cloud 12 framework, which is an endorsement of our capabilities to help build connected experiences across all stages of the customer journey.”
The UK data sovereignty, enhanced reliability, highly secure design and local support of Telent’s private cloud platform make it ideal for mission critical applications and solutions that need absolute certainty of where data is stored.
Shani added: “We already work closely with a number of valued public sector customers, including many emergency services organisations, and understand that CIOs’ priority is availability of service, which requires the most secure cloud infrastructure. Being part of the G-Cloud framework will help us build on that success.”
G-Cloud 12 is run by the Government Digital Service and Crown Commercial Service, and is divided into three categories – cloud hosting, cloud software and cloud support.