Aberdeen cloud IT firm secures £12m in public sector business

An Aberdeen-headquartered IT consultancy has ramped up its public sector business after securing more than £12 million in new revenue from local authorities and other public bodies across the UK.

Phil Burgess is the managing director of Inoapps UK, which is one of the largest independent Oracle consultancy firms in the UK.

Inoapps, which is one of the UK’s largest independent Oracle consultancy firms, is appointed to the UK government’s G-Cloud framework, allowing public sector bodies to procure cloud computing services from a preferred supplier.

The company has supported a growing list of new clients including the Housing Ombudsman, Office of Rail & Road and the London borough authorities of Newham, Havering and Thurrock.

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It said the increase in work for public bodies was the result of mounting pressure from government to pursue a “cloud first” strategy.

Inoapps UK managing director Phil Burgess said: “As an important strand of our business, we are very pleased to see our presence within the public sector continue to go from strength to strength. We are beginning to see a sharp rise in revenue on the back of significant investment.”

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