Ideagen’s Coruson, Q-Pulse, PleaseReview and Pentana Performance will be available for organisations operating in the public sector
Ideagen is pleased to announce it has been awarded a place on the G-Cloud government framework for the 6th successive year.
The G-Cloud 10 iteration allows public sector organisations – such as the NHS and local councils – to find and compare cloud-based services, removing the requirement for a full tender process.
It was launched in 2012, and Ideagen’s inclusion this year marks its sixth in succession. It means the company can offer its Coruson, Q-Pulse, PleaseReview and Pentana Performance products on the framework to organisations searching for cloud technology and specialist digital services.
Ben Dorks, Ideagen’s Chief Executive Officer, said the framework continues to create new opportunities for the company.
He said: “Ideagen has provided software and services to the UK’s public sector for almost two decades and initiatives such as the G-Cloud framework can only enhance our ability to continue to do that.
“The G-Cloud framework provides a streamlined process for the purchase of technology and digital services from organisations like ourselves. It has become a crucial service for public sector organisations as it is a faster buying process than having to enter into individual procurement contracts.
“We have been a part of the G-Cloud framework for several years and we are extremely pleased to be represented once more on the Digital Marketplace. Once again, it is testament to the strength of our products and services and proof that our solutions continue to meet a real market need within the public sector.”
Since the launch of G-Cloud, public sector organisations have invested hundreds of millions in cloud-based solutions to improve performance levels and reduce IT costs. Public sector organisations can use the Digital Marketplace – which has around 20,000 services – to find and compare cloud hosting, software and support.
The Digital Marketplace provides access to services from three frameworks.
- Cloud services (such as content delivery networks or accounting software) through the G-Cloud framework
- Digital outcomes, digital specialists and user research services through the Digital Outcomes and Specialists framework
- Physical datacentre space through the Crown Hosting Data Centres framework
In recent years, Ideagen has operated within the G-Cloud platform successfully including securing a contract with Public Health England (PHE). Ideagen provided PHE with software across eight UK research laboratories – allowing PHE to provide secure storage and reporting for clinical information.
You can read more about the G-Cloud framework here.