Larmer Brown is awarded place on UK Government’s G-Cloud 12 Procurement Framework

Press Release: UK, Hampshire, 25 November 2020

Hampshire-based Learning Solutions Consultancy Larmer Brown has received confirmation of their place on the G-Cloud 12 Procurement Framework. The company’s application included the provision of eLearning content development services as well as various content development tools and learning management platforms.

G-Cloud is the UK Government’s digital marketplace for public sector organisations, providing a simple and cost-effective process for purchasing cloud-based products and services. The G-Cloud 12 Procurement Framework runs for 12 months from 28th September 2020.

“Larmer Brown is delighted to have successfully listed on G-Cloud again this year. We have many years’ experience working with various government departments so it’s important to us to receive this recognition, not only for those existing relationships but also the strong portfolio of products and services that we can offer to the public sector,” commented Janice Brown, Managing Director at Larmer Brown.

“The broad scope of our listing means that we are able to offer a vast range of tools and services and ensures we can offer a tailored solution for public sector organisations looking to deliver digital learning programmes,” added Janice Brown.

Larmer Brown is listed on G-Cloud to offer licences and support for five content development and learning management tools including dominKnow | ONE and LMS365. They can also offer content development services using other tools such as Articulate Storyline and Adobe Captivate.

Public sector clients include Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs (HMRC), the Department for Work and Pensions as well as many local authorities and NHS Trusts.

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