de Novo Solutions has recently unveiled that its services will once again feature on Crown Commercial Service’s (CCS) most recent procurement framework, G-Cloud 13, which goes live on 9 November 2022.
The G-Cloud 13 framework will continue to allow UK central government departments and all other public sector bodies to buy cloud-based computing services, such as hosting, software and cloud support. For the buyer, the G-Cloud 13 framework provides direct access to small medium enterprises (SMEs) who specialize in the provision of such services, offering alternative value for money services and innovative commercial propositions.
As a named supplier on Lot 3: Cloud Support, de Novo enables customers to implement, adopt and maintain cloud software or hosting services.
The company has also released its unique flagship offering, Odyssea – a fully integrated packaged solution for finance, HR and Payroll. The solution is said to allow organizations of all sizes to quickly and affordably deploy Oracle SaaS Cloud and ServiceNow technologies. Additionally, the solution enables organizations to prioritize the customer and employee experience in a native digital landscape, and claims to take a fresh approach to enterprise-wide digital transformation.
Mark Sweeny, CEO of de Novo Solutions, said: “The de Novo team has a rich legacy of delivering successful projects to the UK public sector, reaching back over 20 years having successful working in partnership with many central government departments, local authorities, NHS, universities, and multi-academy trusts in the education sector.
“By having our services accessible through the G-Cloud framework,” Sweeny continued, “we remain committed to helping the UK government achieve its ambition of using cloud technology to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of front-line service delivery. We’re also extremely excited to be offering Odyssea to the Public Sector, designed for the experience economy and taking advantage of the continued innovation available through both ServiceNow and Oracle SaaS Cloud.”