ITAMS to supply Software as a Service and Specialist Cloud Services on G-Cloud 6 Framework
LONDON, February 2, 2015
ITAMS will make IT and Software Asset Management services accessible to public sector organisations,
Leading vendor independent, consulting, technology and managed services specialist IT Asset Management Solutions (ITAMS) has today announced that it has been awarded a place upon the G-Cloud 6 framework, the UK government’s Digital Marketplace for providing cloud services to the public sector.
Through G-Cloud 6, ITAMS will offer services under two lots: Software As A Service and Specialist Cloud Services.
“This is ITAMS’ first application to become a G-Cloud supplier. We already have a number of high profile central and local government clients in our extensive portfolio using ELM 360 and wider ITAMS’ consulting services”, commented ITAMS’ managing partner, Stephane Jansem.
The Software As A Service lot includes Enterprise Licence Management (ELM) 360©, a portfolio of end-to-end services that are delivered via a cloud-based platform and which helps end-users reduce the risk and cost of managing software licences across disparate and often complex enterprises. ELM 360 fulfils a wide range of needs from tactical advice to full outsource that can be finely-tuned to match a client’s level of licensing maturity, internal resources, capabilities and priorities.
The Specialist Cloud Services lot will offer IAITAM training and Advisory Services. ITAMS was the first IAITAM (International Association of Information Technology Asset Managers) authorised training organisation in the UK and currently run several courses for Software and Hardware Asset Managers.
ITAMS’ Advisory Services are characterised by high value, low cost, short term engagements that are vendor and service provider agnostic and which help end-users tackle both immediate and long term software licensing challenges.
Alongside the ELM 360 cloud-based platform, both the IAITAM training courses and Advisory Services include independent and specialist advice. In particular, focusing on the technology, process, governance and resourcing challenges the public sector may face with a modern cloud-based infrastructure.The G-Cloud 6 procurement framework came into effect on 2 February 2015. Jansem continues, “Our presence on G-Cloud 6 will mean that our specialist services will become much more accessible to public sector organisations.”
He concludes, “We are immensely proud to have successfully been awarded a place upon the framework first time and looking forward to supplying more public sector organisations with the same high quality core IT and Software Asset Management services that we have been furnishing the private sector since 2002”.
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