Woodrow Mercer joins government framework as trusted technology recruiter


Leading consultancy Woodrow Mercer has been named as a G-Cloud 11 Consulting partner on an initial 12-month basis, with the option to extend the agreement by a further 12 months. 

The agency, set up by managing director Dan Ostrowski, was founded in 2012 with the vision of developing an ethical staffing company that goes above and beyond for its staff, customers.

The G-Cloud 11 framework, which is open to businesses of all sizes, is an agreement between the government and suppliers to simplify the deployment of cloud-based services, including hosting, software and support.

According to the Crown Commercial Service, the G-Cloud framework has facilitated more than £4.7bn in sales since its inception and has more than 4,200 suppliers on-board.

G-Cloud 11 removes the need for a company to run a full-scale procurement process each time it needs to access new cloud-based services.

The main benefit of Woodrow Mercer’s new status as a G-Cloud 11 consulting partner, will be its breadth of experience across all types of cloud services projects and the agency’s ability to quickly make a difference to customers of all sizes.

Dan Ostrowski, managing director at Woodrow Mercer, said: “Woodrow Mercer is a leading consulting partner in the technology sector and our status as G-Cloud 11 supplier will be instrumental in the growth of our business.”

“Buying through frameworks is faster and cheaper than agreeing on individual procurement contracts and our services will be much more streamlined for clients as a result.”

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