Rocela awarded G-Cloud Framework Agreement by Government Procurement Service

Rocela, has today announced that they have been awarded a framework agreement by Government Procurement Service for Specialist Cloud Services, within the G-Cloud framework.

Rocela has unparalleled expertise in license optimisation & management, and Oracle E-Business Suite implementations, upgrades and managed services. This depth of expertise means that we can offer specialist advice and guidance to those government and public sector establishments looking to take advantage of the benefits of Cloud Technologies and shared-services.

Rocela’s Cloud services consider all aspects of the shift to Cloud Technologies; license impact to on-going software asset management; impact on underlying hardware and application performance to remote application management.

Marie-Helene Durif, Head of Sourcing & Category Management, ICT at the Government Procurement Service said, “At the Government Procurement Service our priority is to provide procurement savings for organisations across the UK public sector. The inclusion of Rocela Limited to the G-Cloud Framework will strengthen our offering and provide public sector buyers with a tried and tested route to achieve value for money.”

Rocela’s CEO Martin Mutch said “Rocela has a long history of working for the public sector in central government and at a local level. We are therefore delighted to have been awarded this framework agreement as part of G-Cloud.

As cloud computing becomes a more central pillar in the Government cost reduction and efficiency programmes, Rocela is at the vanguard of cloud enablement and we are proud to be in place to support the migration of legacy systems to target cloud environments.

For cloud projects to deliver benefits, comprehensive understanding of legacy and target environments and migration/transition risks need to be understood and planned.

Rocela has developed proven approaches to help public sector get back office environments such as Oracle E-Business Suite up to the latest release. The transition to cloud is then securely and resiliently transferred.

We look forward to working with the public sector to get their environments, particularly Oracle, optimised for cloud readiness, commercially and technically, then transitioned to reduce cost and enhance performance.”

Please contact us for further information.

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