TerminalFour wins framework agreement with UK government’s G-Cloud

23 Nov 2012

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The UK government’s G-Cloud initiative has signed a framework agreement with Dublin-headquartered content management system (CMS) provider TerminalFour.

TerminalFour, which says 45pc of new business wins is in the cloud space, already works with a number of UK public-sector bodies.

G-Cloud is one of the key initiatives of the UK government’s ICT policy and framework.

The G-Cloud lets public-sector bodies buy cloud services and delivers multi-tenanted cloud services at a reduced cost.

A number of UK councils are using TerminalFour’s CMS technology to provide 24-hour access to a variety of online services, including transactions.

“Public-sector bodies across the UK are being challenged to do more with less and we have been working with our customers for many years, helping them reduce costs and meet e-government requirements,” CEO of TerminalFour Piero Tintori said.

“We have delivered our web content management system through customer feedback, enabling public-sector bodies to deliver websites that empower citizens and streamline the delivery of public services,” Tintori added.

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