Ixis once again on G-Cloud Supplier list

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It’s that time of year again and we are always very happy to announce that we have retained our listing as a G-Cloud supplier for the sixth year. Ixis are one of the UK’s leading digital agencies, with unique Drupal knowledge and expertise ready to be put to use in the public sector.

Launched by the UK Government in 2012, G-Cloud is an initiative designed to streamline the procurement of cloud technology and associated services by public sector organisations. The platform presents a digital marketplace of vendors, all of which provide their services to the public sector. Essentially, IT teams are able to browse potential suppliers with the assurance that every company listed meets UK Government standards.

There are some exciting new services open to the public sector through the G-Cloud 10 update, and we are looking forward to working with clients old and new in the coming months.

When G-Cloud was in its first form back in 2012, Ixis was one of only three Drupal specialists to be accepted. Since then, we have become public sector experts and have generated several million pounds of revenue through the framework. As G-Cloud continues to evolve to better serve the public sector, we will continue to grow our business within the G-Cloud framework, and with our extensive shared capabilities, we will work together to transform public sector services that benefit all via G-Cloud 10.

In his speech at Sprint 15 on the successes of digital transformation in Government, Minister for the Cabinet Office, Francis Maude recognised our rapid growth through winning contracts with Government agencies and local authorities.  Read the full speech here.  

You can find our Drupal services in the Digital Marketplace.

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Drew J

Digital Marketer

Digital Marketing Apprentice here at Ixis. I am responsible for all of the Ixis social media channels, often the writer of blog posts and forever trying to wrap my head around SEO.

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