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Ideagen successfully secure place on G-Cloud 8 platform

03 August 2016

Ideagen, providers of software and services to organisations operating in highly regulated industries, is delighted to announce it has been awarded a place on the G-Cloud 8 Digital Marketplace framework.

The G-Cloud framework allows public sector organisations – such as the NHS and local councils – to find and compare cloud-based services, such as web hosting and site analytics. Public sector organisations can then buy services quicker than before because they don’t have to run a full tender.

Since its launch in 2012, public sector organisations have invested hundreds of millions in cloud based solutions in order to improve performance levels and reduce IT costs.

Ideagen’s successful placement on G-Cloud 8 marks its fourth term on the framework, allowing the company to showcase and offer its comprehensive portfolio of healthcare, GRC and web content management solutions via the Digital Marketplace.

David Hornsby, Ideagen’s Chief Executive Officer, said: “We are delighted to once again be represented on the G-Cloud Digital Marketplace. It is yet another outstanding achievement for the company and once again testament to the strength of our products and services.

“We look forward to being able to extend the services we can offer through this platform.”

Via the new Digital Marketplace, Ideagen is able to deliver its full range of software solutions including:

  • Easysite, it’s web content management system
  • Complete healthcare suite of products including dartPortal, dartOCM (Order Communications), PatientFirst (Emergency Department Management) dartQScan and dartKW
  • It’s GRC products including Coruson, Q-Pulse and Pentana
  • Professional Consultancy Services

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, providing them with its dartKW software across eight UK research laboratories – allowing them to provide secure storage and reporting for clinical information.

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