Sales through the G-Cloud framework hit almost £665m in total last month, according to recently released figures.
Since the framework began in March 2012, total sales reached £664.2m at the end of last month, helped out by a June sales figure of £23m.
Of the June sales, 65 per cent went through SMES, which the government defines as a business with fewer than 250 staff and turnover which does not exceed €50m.
Overall, 49 per cent of sales by value have gone through SMEs to date, G-Cloud said.
In June, just 13 per cent of sales were from customers in the wider public sector – anything outside central government – while overall to date, that figure stands at 24 per cent.
According to detailed figures released by the government, the largest deal in June was for IBM. Big Blue secured a £591.9m transaction with the Home Office as part of its IBM Cloud Application Design, Delivery and Integration (DDI) services project. The second-largest deal on G-Cloud in June was also between IBM and the Home Office under the same project, and totalled £579.7m.
The smallest deal though G-Cloud in June was for Amazon Web services. The tech giant clinched a 14p deal with HM Revenue and Customs for an undisclosed service.
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