United Kingdom Ministry of Justice Selects Savvis for GBP 14m Infrastructure-as-a-Service Contract

By Savvis Inc., PRNE
Sunday, March 27, 2011

Adopts Savvis' Government Wide Services Platform to Support Enterprise Resource Planning System

LONDON, March 28, 2011 - Savvis, Inc. (Nasdaq: SVVS), a global leader in cloud infrastructure and
hosted IT solutions for enterprises, will provide hosted operations and
services to the United Kingdom Ministry of Justice (MoJ) as part of a
five-year, 14 million pound agreement.

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Savvis will provide the MoJ with access to its Government Wide Service
(GWS), an Infrastructure-as-a-Service platform recently made available to all
government departments and third-party suppliers in the U.K. GWS provides a
solution for government agencies looking toward a "G-Cloud" model of hosted,
reduced-cost IT operations and services. The platform supports the MoJ's
shared services programme, which is expected to deliver annual savings of 28
million pounds per year by 2014.

The MoJ will use the secure platform for its Enterprise Resource Planning
(ERP) system, which is being designed by Steria and implemented by Accenture.
The ERP system will deliver transactional and professional services to more
than 80,000 users as part of MoJ's Common Operating Model for human
resources, finance, purchase and payroll systems. It is scheduled to be fully
operational by spring 2013.

"By selecting Savvis' GWS, the Ministry of Justice gains instant access
to secure infrastructure and obtains the interdepartmental connectivity
required for the ERP system," said Neil Cresswell, managing director, EMEA,
at Savvis. "The platform also eliminates the extensive and costly design,
construction and testing process typically associated with infrastructure
required for this type of project."

Utilising the pre-built, accredited GWS platform virtually eliminates
upfront capital costs for new projects and also decreases deployment time.
Government IT departments and suppliers benefit from immediate access to
infrastructure and only pay for the consumption of their IT services, rather
than the costly procurement, maintenance and management of hardware.

The MoJ joins the U.K. Home Office in using the GWS for delivering
centralised applications.

About Savvis

Savvis, Inc. (Nasdaq: SVVS) is a global leader in cloud infrastructure
and hosted IT solutions for enterprises. Nearly 2,500 unique clients,
including 32 of the top 100 companies in the Fortune 500, use Savvis to
reduce capital expense, improve service levels and harness the latest
advances in cloud computing. For more information, please visit

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