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04.07.18

ScopeMaster has been approved by the UK government as a listed G-Cloud 10 supplier.

G-Cloud 10 is the latest round of an initiative run by the government which focuses on reducing the complexity and cost of procuring cloud services within the public sector.

ScopeMaster will now be able to expand its growing market reach further, by supporting public sector organisations in increasing the effectiveness of their quality checking processes for software requirements.

ScopeMaster is an innovative, cloud-hosted tool that performs automated quality assessments on user stories which can help to improve the delivery of government software projects.

Colin Hammond, CEO of ScopeMaster, said that “G-Cloud 10 provides ScopeMaster with an exciting opportunity to help public sector organisations to transform the way requirements are inspected and groomed, leading to a reduction in rework and lower the likelihood of delay in software projects”.

About G-Cloud 10: G-Cloud 10 is an initiative run by the UK government. The G-Cloud framework helps public sector organisations to buy cloud hosting, software and support by setting an agreement between the government and cloud service suppliers. Find out more about G-Cloud 10 at https://ccs-agreements.cabinetoffice.gov.uk/contracts/rm155710.

About Scopemaster: ScopeMaster is an online tool developed by Albion technology for improving the quality and delivery of software projects. ScopeMaster analyses user stories and gives live feedback on potential issues relating to ambiguity, complexity, consistency and omissions. ScopeMaster’s listing on G-Cloud 10 can be viewed at https://www.digitalmarketplace.service.gov.uk/g-cloud/services/693992356832986.

Find out more about ScopeMaster at https://www.scopemaster.com/.

 

Contact for Further Information:

Colin Hammond, CEO of ScopeMaster: [email protected] +44 (0)7973 426276

Jonathan Elder, Sales Director of ScopeMaster: [email protected] +44 (0)7736 237737

 

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