Company accepted on the Government’s G-Cloud ii framework
NewVoiceMedia has been awarded a place on the UK government’s G-Cloud ii framework for specialist cloud services hosting.
G-Cloud ii is an expansion of the G-Cloud service launched by the Cabinet Office in February 2012. The second iteration of the programme went live on 26 October 2012 and now offers 3,000 services from 458 IT suppliers.
The programme changes the way public sector organisations procure and operate information technology to improve services and work more effectively for the public. With a catalogued list of suppliers, it simplifies the procurement process and enables access to approved cloud technologies and providers.
Acceptance into the programme qualifies NewVoiceMedia as a trusted provider of Software as a Service (SaaS) technology and will enable the company to supply to the UK public sector, who will in turn benefit from lower costs, reduced procurement times, a simplified tendering process and a genuinely open and competitive marketplace.
ContactWorld by NewVoiceMedia is an enterprise-class contact centre, delivered via a multi-tenant cloud architecture. It uses the cloud to provide complex data-driven routing of calls so they are delivered to the correct agents. The solution provides them with the technology and information to resolve more enquiries first time, resulting in better interactions between agents and customers.
“With NewVoiceMedia joining the G-Cloud framework, the UK public sector can now deliver outstanding customer service via the cloud”, comments Jonathan Gale, NewVoiceMedia CEO.
“As a company, we set out to lead the way, looking across the cloud market as a whole. We are delighted that the government is encouraging businesses to utilise cloud technology, which will transform the sector and allow faster and broader adoption of cloud services”.
Find out more about the G-Cloud programme and the G-Cloud ii framework agreement at http://gcloud.civilservice.gov.uk/.Tweet
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