GrowCreate has been approved as a Crown Commercial Service Supplier on G-Cloud 9 Framework, offering Umbraco and Episerver services for local government and public sector projects.
G-Cloud is a Crown Commercial Services framework hosted on the Digital Marketplace. It is where public sector buyers go to procure leading Cloud and Digital services, and to date there has been over £2 billion of G-Cloud sales.
The Digital Marketplace really makes it easier for the public sector to buy cost effective services. The Crown Commercial Service has been working hard to improve G-Cloud for buyers and suppliers and the changes in G-Cloud 9 have been driven by user research.
As an Umbraco CMS and Episerver agency, GrowCreate are well placed to compete for government and public sector projects. GrowCreate have been Umbraco Gold Partners for four years and have previously worked on public sector projects outside of the Framework. This is a great opportunity for us to showcase how we leverage Umbraco and Episerver to deliver world class solutions.
Theo Paraskevopoulos, Director at GrowCreate said
“Being accepted as a G-Cloud 9 supplier is a great opportunity for GrowCreate. We have been exposed to lengthy public sector tender processes in the past and are now looking forward to the streamlined approach offered by the G-Cloud 9 procurement framework.”
Based 20 minutes from Oxford and just 35 minutes from London, GrowCreate are well positioned for projects across the South of England. Previous public sector clients include: NHS Providers and North Norfolk District Council.
GrowCreate’s specialist cloud services are:
- Umbraco CMS
- Umbraco CMS Development
- Umbraco CMS Support and Maintenance
- Umbraco Consultancy
- EPiServer CMS Development
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