Caltech IT Limited (Caltech CRM), a leading supplier of Microsoft Dynamics CRM in the United Kingdom, is pleased to announce its inclusion in the Government’s G-Cloud 8 framework, providing Software as a Service (SaaS).
The UK’s Government G-Cloud initiative launched in 2012 and has been successful aiding procurement for public-sector organisations that use cloud computing. The framework has been very successful with sales hitting over £50m in February 2014, and it has been reported that since 2012, businesses within the G-Cloud framework are reported to have supplied over £674m services (1).
With Caltech IT Limited now approved on the G-Cloud 8 framework, it will enable public sector organisations to procure its Microsoft Dynamics CRM services, within a central digital marketplace that meets strict high standards.
Phil Callaghan, managing director, Caltech IT Limited commented, “We are delighted to be listed as an evaluated supplier on the G-Cloud 8 framework, allowing us to engage with public sector organisations across the UK. It’s a great accolade to our value added service offering, and our team.”
Notes to Editors:
Caltech is one of the UK’s leading suppliers and implementers of Customer Relationship Management (CRM) software, namely Microsoft Dynamics CRM. It works with clients to manage their customer contact strategies, operational processes and daily business functions in order to maintain audience loyalty, increase awareness, ultimately driving sales. Click here for more information about G-Cloud. Caltech works with public sector organisations providing customised Microsoft Dynamics CRM environments.
Contact Catherine Carlyle
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To find out more about the G-Cloud 8 Framework, visit the UK’s Gov site and see the digital marketplace. Here you will see a list of the suppliers that are included in the G-Cloud 8 Framework agreement, and can provide services under this agreeement to the public sector.