The Crown Commercial Service has confirmed that Fujitsu has been awarded a place on all four lots of G-Cloud 6, the latest iteration of the G-Cloud framework.
This means that Fujitsu now has a total of 71 standardised offerings available, an increase of 10 on what they offered on G-Cloud 5.
The consolidation of Government IT frameworks as they move to GaaP and SIAM tower models of procurement is expected to see the demand for services increase within G-Cloud and the Government’s Digital Marketplace.
Steven Cox, Vice President, Public Sector at Fujitsu UK & Ireland, said: "Fujitsu has been a supplier of G-Cloud services since its inception in 2012 and we are proud to be awarded a place on the latest iteration."
"Fujitsu has seen a gradual uptake for its offerings using G-Cloud most recently to renew a contract for our e-Document and Records Management as a Service (EDRMaaS)."
"G-Cloud 6 and the Digital Marketplace will likely represent a tipping point and a cultural shift in procurement for central as well as local government. All public sector organisations can buy services from Fujitsu benefitting from for example, pricing on a per user basis, improved price transparency and shorter contract periods."
"G-Cloud 6 and the Government’s Digital Marketplace will reduce the time taken to buy services compared to other frameworks, helping to reduce the risk to Government and saving taxpayers’ money."
Fujitsu’s offerings will be available across all four lots of the framework and will offer cyber security and secure hosting to BYOD, unified communications and shared services.