Cantarus Accepted onto G-Cloud 12 Framework

Cantarus has been accepted onto the UK Government Cloud Framework, G-Cloud 12.

The agency won approval for its services on the framework where it will compete for a share of up to £2.5 billion in public sector contracts.

Operated by the Crown Commercial Service (CCS), the G-Cloud 12 framework will allow Cantarus to sell cloud hosting and support services to the UK public sector via the Government’s digital marketplace. G-Cloud enables public sector bodies to find and compare service offerings from specialist cloud providers in a simpler, more cost-effective way.

Cantarus will be able to offer the following services via their Infrastructure Service offering, Kalani:

  • KalaniCloud Hosting,
  • KalaniCloud DNN Hosting Packages,
  • KalaniCloud Umbraco Hosting Packages,
  • KalaniFire SonicWall Managed Firewall Services.

Lee Adams, CEO at Cantarus, said:

“We’re thrilled to have cemented our position on the G-Cloud 12 framework. This represents another successfully completed step in our High-Performance program, and gives us the opportunity to provide our top-quality services to even more organisations across the UK. The future is looking very bright for our Infrastructure Services offering!”

To find out more about Cantarus’ service offering, contact

Tabby Duff is Digital Marketing Executive at Cantarus

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