CCube Solutions has signed a G-Cloud 8 framework agreement with the Crown Commercial Service (CSS) to sell Electronic Document Management (EDM) solutions to public sector organisations via the Government’s Digital Marketplace.
With an ability to deliver based on two decades of expertise and an established track record of project success, CCube Solutions works extensively with public sector organisations particularly the NHS providing enterprise content management solutions. Today, its EDM software is used at 28 hospitals around the country including among others Aintree, Addenbrooke’s, Aneurin Bevan, Milton Keynes, Papworth, St Helens and Sheffield Teaching Hospital.
The G-Cloud 8 framework agreement means that CCube Solutions has met the necessary criteria to provide EDM technology to any public sector organisation seeking to buy this technology and support.
The Digital Marketplace is helping transform public services by making it simpler, clearer and faster for organisations to buy the technology they need to deliver digital projects.
In 2015/2016, £12.8 billion of public sector procurement business was channelled through the CCS’ central deals which includes the G-Cloud 8 framework.
A track record of success delivering cloud services in NHS
CCube Solutions is a pioneer in providing hosted services to the NHS. In 2013, in partnership with St Helens & Knowsley Health Informatics Service, it launched e-LGS, a fully managed hosted service which offers all CCGs and GP practices in the country a bespoke scanning and archiving solution to enable general practitioners to get rid of their so-called Lloyd George envelopes held locally in surgery.
With patient records then accessed securely online, e-LGS frees up valuable surgery space, whilst improving efficiency and enhancing patient care as information is available at the touch of a button. To date, four CCGs have purchased the service with around 140 GP practices now using the system.
Vijay Magon, CCube Solutions’ managing director, says, “The signing of the G-Cloud 8 agreement is important for us as a small British software firm. It means another route to market and makes it easier for public sector organisations to procure our EDM software whether they are in central or local government, health, education, emergency services, defence or not for profit.”