24th May 2017
Analytics Engines has been awarded a place on the latest iteration of G-Cloud, G-Cloud 9. The UK Government G-Cloud is an initiative targeted at easing procurement by public-sector bodies in departments of the United Kingdom Government of commodity information technology services that use cloud computing. The G-Cloud framework is offered via the Digital Marketplace and is provided by The Crown Commercial Service (CCS), an organisation working to save money for the public sector and the taxpayer.
Listed under cloud hosting, software and support is Analytics Engines XDP, Cobalt Health Analytics, Cobalt Business Analytics and Cobalt Rates Revenue Tool. For full descriptions and more info on our services you can go to the Digital Marketplace online platform.
G-Cloud 9 went live on the 22nd May with 2,847 suppliers included on the framework. We are delighted to be included in this list and we hope to make things easier for public bodies looking for our services. G-Cloud gives quick and easy access to a list of approved and certified suppliers that have been rigorously assessed, cutting down on the time to research and find such vendors in the marketplace.
Analytics Engines is proud to be able to offer cloud services to government and public bodies in the UK. G-Cloud, for us creates a new level of transparency and credibility as an SME in the marketplace. We hope to further open up to opportunities within the public sector market and become more competitive in our offering.
We have also recently been accredited to Cyber Essentials (CE) which is an essential accreditation for working with public and government bodies. Cyber Essentials is a government-backed cyber security certification scheme that sets out a baseline of cyber security suitable for all organisations. The scheme’s five security controls prevent around 80% of cyber attacks within companies.
The Digital Marketplace is the online platform that all public sector organisations can use to find and buy cloud-based services (eg web hosting or site analytics). You can find Analytics Engines cloud-based services here: Digital Marketplace