Technology services company Amor Group has gained a place on the UK government’s latest G-Cloud framework.
The programme aims to encourage public sector bodies to adopt cloud computing in an effort to clamp down on costs while improving IT provision.
The latest G-Cloud III framework will run for 12 months and Inchinnan-based Amor said it had secured some £900,000 of business for public sector clients since joining G-Cloud II last October.
Alastair O’Brien, public services sector director at Amor Group, said: “We are proud to be part of this innovative government programme at the forefront of the public sector ICT revolution. It is testament to the relevance and quality of the services we offer that we have again succeeded in gaining a place on the framework.”
Amor recently won a three-year contract to supply the Scottish Government.