SFW strengthens SaaS offerings under G-Cloud 7 with focus on Microsoft
23 November 2015
Incorporating SharePoint Online, Office 365 and CRM Online into our range of SaaS products on G-Cloud
SFW is strengthening its Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) and Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) cloud offerings under the latest iteration of the government’s flagship cloud computing initiative, which launches today as G-Cloud 7.
As the government accelerates its ‘Cloud First’ policy and seeks the lower costs and agility of SaaS, SFW believes the true potential of cloud will only be achieved through recognising the public sector’s long term commitment to Microsoft.
Now, in its new G-Cloud offers, SFW is combining its core expertise in content, collaboration, workflow and case management with proven Microsoft Cloud-based technologies.
Gavin Harte, CTO at SFW comments: “By incorporating SharePoint Online, Office 365 and CRM Online into our range of SaaS products on G-Cloud, our customer base can take advantage of cloud and deliver the best digital customer experiences while maximising investment in existing systems.”
SFW is also demonstrating its security credentials on G-Cloud through reusable Home Office accreditation for the CMIS application
, including the SFW CRM SaaS platform on which it runs.
G-Cloud remains central to improving public sector access to the best technology, with £856 million spent through the framework to date. G-Cloud enables the rapid sourcing and deployment of secure cloud services to over 30,000 public sector organisations.
In UK public sector digital engagement, SFW is seen as better than many of its peers at solving its clients’ complex business challenges whilst integrating user-centric design.
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