Shropshire software development company accepted on prestigious Government Procurement Framework

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Following a comprehensive procurement process, Shoothill, the UK-based software development and data visualisation specialists, have today been accepted as a supplier on the prestigious G-Cloud framework.

Shoothill already have a track record in the Public Sector, with many significant projects already completed, including extensive work for the Environment Agency, United Nations and the Imperial War Museum. However, in the past, it has always been difficult to secure contracts with Public Sector organisations due to the number of procurement hurdles that needed to be overcome.

Designed to make life easier for government departments, local authorities and wider Public Sector organisations to purchase cloud solutions, the G-Cloud Framework is now in its third release.

Rod Plummer, MD at Shoothill, commented early today, “We are thoroughly delighted to have been accepted on this framework agreement and it is further evidence that Shoothill have a compelling proposition for the Public Sector. Organisations can now more easily and painlessly benefit from the cost-effective services provided by Shoothill, without the need for a drawn-out, separate procurement process so projects can be developed and deployed within a much shorter timeframe.”

For more information, please contact Rod Plummer, Shoothill on 0845 421 0390 or email rod.plummer(at)shoothill(dot)com

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More about Shoothill

Shoothill (http://www.shoothill.com) is a leading software development and data visualisation specialist, creating bespoke software solutions for a diverse range of clients in both the public and private sectors.

Using powerful visualisation technologies, Shoothill transform complex statistical or geographic data into dynamic and accessible formats, from coloured heat maps to unique search systems.

Clients include Environment Agency, Primary Care Trusts, Microsoft, MSN, BT, The Imperial War Museum, Fauna and Flora International and the United Nations, amongst many others.

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