Sydney-based consultancy firm Cloudten has been selected to join the UK government updated digital marketplace for IT products and services called G-Cloud 10.
G-Cloud 10 is a collaboration between the Crown Commercial Service and the Government Digital Service, offering cloud technology and support to organisations across the public sector in the UK.
Through G-Cloud 10, UK government departments can purchase technology services and quickly deploy them through pre-approved commercial arrangements with preselected suppliers.
This is the tenth version of G-Cloud which was firstly launched in 2012.
"We are thrilled to be selected to the UK G-Cloud 10 as it underlines our ongoing commitment to government customers, and enables us to internationally scale our public sector expertise," Cloudten COO Alana Jacobs said.
Founded in 2014, Cloudten provides cloud and technology solutions spanning the public sector, with customers across local, state and federal government in Australia.
In July 2017, Cloudten was awarded Public Sector Partner (PSP) status by Amazon Web Services (AWS) in Australia.
PSP recognises AWS Partners who demonstrate technical expertise and proven success in delivering mission-critical applications and workloads to government, education and non-profit customers.
Cloudten was established in 2014 and provides cloud and technology solutions spanning the public sector, with customers across local, state and federal government in Australia.
The company has since expanded across the wider Asia Pacific region through the opening of a Singapore office.