IFB is delighted to announce that it has been accepted onto the UK Government’s Digital Cloud Marketplace framework, G-Cloud 10. This means IFB joins the likes of Microsoft, Google and AWS in being selected to deliver Cloud services to the UK public sector.
IFB’s offering on G-Cloud 10 is focused on the design and delivery of secure, reliable and scalable digital infrastructure services – something IFB has had a strong reputation in for many years. This expertise supports the public sector to deploy, manage and operate software and applications for internal use and supporting UK citizens using IFB’s processing, storage or networking resources.
Graeme Gordon, CEO of IFB said: “IFB already delivers Cloud based services to its international Oil and Gas, Third sector and Professional Services clients and being part of G-Cloud 10 means we can extend our reach and build further relationships across the public sector in the UK”
“This reputation for relevant and innovative business thinking and service delivery means we are at the heart of more and more of our clients Digital Transformation strategies that are underpinning the Scottish and UK economies. Covering keys areas including Cloud and Data Management, AI and Digital and Data Analytics, working with IFB has delivered million-pound savings and accelerated business efficiencies for our clients.”
Our involvement in G-Cloud 10 means we can use this expertise to benefit our public-sector clients and assist with initiatives being developed from the likes of the Digital Office for Scottish Local Government and assisting with digital participation.