Skyscape Cloud Services has fired the first shot into the hearts of large tech integrators that have grown fat off the public sector purse after signing £3m two-year Platform-as-a-Service contract worth £1.5m a year. The PaaS gig - the biggest deal on the G-Cloud framework to date - is to provide a cloudy, utility-based platform …
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What could possibly go wrong?
So, does SkyScape get any less fat from this?
Given that they are effectively just a reseller for a bunch of other companies and will be adding a margin on top, what makes SkyScape such a great deal?
You don't say ...
... "after signing £3m two-year Platform-as-a-Service contract worth £1.5m a year"
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