Gap Consulting is delighted to become a supplier of Specialist Cloud Services through the Government's G-Cloud framework, further enabling new Microsoft Dynamics CRM work in the Public Sector.

In 2012, it was made mandatory for all central Government departments to adopt a "cloud first" policy when procuring new IT assets. The G-Cloud Programme is a cross government initiative established to increase the effectiveness of the government’s interaction with its technology suppliers in order to achieve economies of scale and promote IT solutions that are more flexible and responsive to demand.

"In effect, this means Gap Consulting can now provide specialist Cloud Consulting Services to a range of government departments, including the NHS, local authorities, emergency services and other public bodies," explains Andy Dudley, Gap’s Managing Director. "Our specialist services include Implementation, HR, Events, Support and Upgrade options, and are positioned to complement Microsoft’s CRMOnline, Office 365 and Azure, which are available on the framework as SaaS and PaaS options."

"As a Microsoft Gold Partner and a specialist in the delivery of Microsoft Dynamics CRM based solutions and is delighted to be able to showcase CRMOnline services to the public sector via the G-cloud framework," says Andy Dudley. "This successful bid bolsters our other formally recognised achievements."

Gap’s approach and performance has recently been recognised by Microsoft when named in the 2014 Microsoft Dynamics President’s Club. In addition, Gap Consulting is proud to have achieved company-wide ISO27001 accreditation in July 2014, as well as ISO 9001 for the customer facing service - Gap Support.