Huddle secures vast majority of £453,778 spent on G-Cloud

Sooraj Shah
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London-based SME has six out of 11 CloudStore contracts awarded so far

Privately-held cloud provider Huddle has the highest proportion of the £453,778.38 spent on G-Cloud framework sales, according to data released by the government. The government launched the Clo...

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