Appsbroker has been named a supplier on Crown Commercial Service (CCS)’s G-Cloud 11 framework, across all three lots of cloud software, cloud support and cloud hosting.


G-Cloud was introduced in February 2012 as an initiative to streamline the delivery of cloud-based services to public sector bodies. To secure inclusion, organisations must be able to meet stringent criteria around areas such as security, quality and reliability.

Appsbroker’s inclusion covers a wide range of its award-winning Google Cloud-based services, such as Data Analytics and Application Development, for which the company holds Google Cloud Specialisations. Other solutions include the ECCoE (Extreme Cloud Centre of Excellence) cloud-based High-Performance Computing (HPC) and High-Throughput Computing (HTC) suite as well as enterprise Cloud Search with chatbot interaction.

Peter McShane, Director of Sales, Marketing and Solutions at Appsbroker, commented:

“The G-Cloud initiative continues to transform how public sector organisations consume cloud services, and has simplified the interaction between suppliers and buyers in this space. We’re excited to utilise this framework in helping deliver extraordinary experiences across the public sector.”

About Crown Commercial Service

Crown Commercial Service supports the public sector to achieve maximum commercial value when procuring common goods and services. In 2017/18, CCS delivered £354 million in commercial benefits including savings for central government, and £247 million for the wider public sector - helping to deliver world-class public services that offer best value for taxpayers.

About Appsbroker

Appsbroker is Google’s largest Premier Partner in Europe. We deliver leading-edge and multi-award-winning cloud services to some of the world’s most exciting brands, in sectors from public sector through automotive to finance.

Solutions are delivered through Google Cloud Platform and include Application Development, Collaboration (including G-Suite), Data Analytics & Machine Learning, FinTech and High-Performance Computing (HPC), underpinned where needed by a comprehensive Managed Services layer.