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.
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.”