Calero, a leader in the high-growth Technology Expense Management (TEM) software space, announced today that it has gained acceptance onto the UK government’s G-Cloud 12 Framework. Now on its 12th iteration, the G-Cloud Framework has opened up the market to IT suppliers of all sizes, enabling the UK government to more easily make the right technology and services investments from the right providers at the right price.
“We are pleased to continue offering UK government agencies access to our Technology Expense Management (TEM) solution via G-Cloud 12,” said Andrew Wyse, Managing Director EMEA at Calero. “In an environment where technology is becoming increasingly complex and costly, it’s essential that all aspects of the public sector find ways to reduce costs wherever possible. Our cloud-based TEM solution has helped many in the UK public sector to manage and control their telecommunications more efficiently, and we’re excited to continue supporting this growing requirement.”
Crown Commercial Service (CCS) supports the public sector to achieve maximum commercial value when procuring common goods and services. In 2019/20, CCS helped the public sector to achieve commercial benefits worth over £1bn - supporting world-class public services that offer best value for UK taxpayers. G-Cloud has revolutionized government procurement; public sector organizations can call off the services listed without needing to go through a full tender process, thereby making the process simpler and more transparent for the buyer while enabling vendors to offer cloud technology services to the UK Government as part of its digital transformation initiative.