FinancialForce.com announces selection as UK Government G-Cloud approved supplier

10th September 2014

FinancialForce.com, a cloud ERP provider on the Salesforce1 Platform, has announced its selection as an approved G-Cloud supplier. Public sector organisations will now be able to procure FinancialForce.com solutions from the Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) category of G-Cloud. The company has aligned sales, consulting and marketing to effectively support the growing demands of government organizations as they increasingly turn to cloud solutions. 

 

 

 

G-Cloud is a government initiative that aims to provide a single repository of cloud-based IT services for use by public sector organisations, through CloudStore – an online marketplace for cloud IT services. The move is designed to drive the wider adoption of cloud computing in the public sector and deliver a more efficient, competitive and cost-effective way of buying IT services. 

FinancialForce.com has been experiencing growth rates in excess of 80%, including significant momentum in Western Europe.  Recent customer wins in the region include Arnlea, EurotaxGlass’s Group, FreshMinds, Hostelling International and Retura Norge.  With the announcement of FinancialForce ERP earlier this year, FinancialForce.com expects continued high growth in the UK where workforce expanded by 93% in the last year.  The company plans to expand offices in Western Europe in 2015. 

“As the leading cloud ERP provider on the Salesforce1 Platform, our status as a G-Cloud supplier provides the public sector a strong end-to-end front-to-back office option,” said Jeremy Roche, CEO and president, FinancialForce.com. “With Salesforce.com’s new data centre and increasing penetration in the U.K., we expect similar interest and growth as more organisations embrace the cloud. Our most recent customer wins illustrate that our ERP offering, coupled with the strength of the Salesforce1 Platform, provide businesses with a secure, customer-centric competitive advantage. We are poised for another strong year in the U.K.”

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