Ideagen is pleased to announce it has been awarded a place on the latest G-Cloud government framework.
The current G-Cloud 9 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.
Launched in 2012, Ideagen’s inclusion in G-Cloud 9 marks its fifth in succession.
David Hornsby, Ideagen’s Chief Executive Officer (pictured right), said the framework continues to open a host of new opportunities for the company.
He said: “We have been a part of the G-Cloud framework for several years now and we are extremely pleased to be represented once more on the Digital Marketplace.
“Our inclusion for the fifth year in a row is yet another outstanding achievement for the company. 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 9, public sector organisations have invested hundreds of millions in cloud based solutions to improve performance levels and reduce IT costs.
Through inclusion, Ideagen can showcase and offer its comprehensive portfolio of healthcare, GRC and web content management solutions via the Digital Marketplace including:
- Easysite, a web content management system
- Healthcare suite of products including Ideagen Portal (Clinical Portal/Electronic Health Record), OCM (Order Communications), PatientFirst (Emergency Department Management) KW and QScan (electronic document capture and management)
- GRC products including Coruson, Q-Pulse and Pentana
- Professional Consultancy Services
Also included in G-Cloud 9 for the first time is Ideagen’s software PleaseReview and Covalent. Both the PleaseReview and Covalent products are two key solutions which were acquired via strategic purchases of PleaseTech and Covalent Software Ltd respectfully.
In recent years, Ideagen has operated within the G-Cloud platform successfully. In 2015, the company used the platform to secure a contract with Public Health England (PHE), providing them with its dartKW software across eight UK research laboratories – allowing PHE to provide secure storage and reporting for clinical information.
For more information on the G-Cloud 9 framework, visit the Crown Commercial Service website.