Imerja has nabbed a place on the government’s G-Cloud framework, which it claims reflects its reputation and expertise in the public sector.
The framework allows public sector organisations to easily procure cloud IT services from approved suppliers, and to win a place on the framework requires completion of a rigorous selection process.
Imerja has secured a place on two separate lots - covering Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) and specialist cloud services.
Ian Jackson, managing director of Imerja, said: “To have won a place on this highly sought-after national framework is a great achievement. We’re acutely aware of the issues that public sector organisations face and this success clearly demonstrates our expertise in the field.”
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