Gateshead, UK — North East based company Oak Intranet won a place on the UK government’s G-Cloud Digital Marketplacefor Cloud Services through the G-Cloud 11 framework.
Oak is a leading SaaS provider for enterprise intranet software with 25-years’ experience backing global brands over fifty sectors. Oak is a North-East based company with offices in Newcastle and Durham. Being awarded a place on the G-Cloud framework bolsters the new 2019/20 initiative, One Region, One Sector, One Statement,introduced by Dynamo earlier this year.
Oak’s intranet software is a cloud-based, out-of-the-box solution, aligned with UK and EU compliance and security standards. Oak joins fellow intranet providers SharePoint, Interact Intranet, and Unily on the framework.
Oak being available through the Digital Marketplace means that enterprise companies, SME’s, non-profits and educational institutions can purchase Oak through the government’s listing. The benefits of which include a more efficient and cost-effective buying process in comparison to individual procurement contracts.
What is G-Cloud?
G-Cloud is a framework for UK industries to purchase cloud-based services and software created as an initiative for industries to access more standardised, scalable and innovative solutions through the cloud.
The benefits of moving towards this initiative include saving on cost while saving time in the buying process. Additionally, companies and non-profits have increased access to a range of providers and services through a more transparent marketplace.
Buying Oak intranet cloud software through the G-Cloud framework
“For the last two decades, we’ve been focussed on providing our customers with not only an excellent platform but the peace of mind and support in using our intranet software. Awarded a place on the G-Cloud framework provides further assurances that Oak is fully behind our customer’s needs.”
Ajay Sood, Founder Oak Intranet
Some key features available on Oak’s intranet software solution include: