G-Cloud 9

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CXAIR is available on G-Cloud 9

Software development outfit Connexica confirm that their flagship product CXAIR is now available on the latest iteration of the G-Cloud framework, G-Cloud 9. The G-Cloud 9 framework replaces the previous two iterations of the G-Cloud framework (7 and 8), and is designed to provide public sector organisations with a comprehensive catalogue of cloud-based software, services and support.

Connexica’s software product CXAIR is a search-driven data discovery platform and is designed to enable all users in an organisation to gain insight from their data through a single searchable web portal.

CXAIR is already used extensively in the public sector, including both the NHS and Local Government.

Updates to the Connexica offering on G-Cloud include the addition of CXAIR’s warehousing module, predictive modelling module and data entry module to the core CXAIR product catalogue.

All of the above are available as a cloud-hosted ‘Software as a Service’ offering.

G-Cloud 9 has a greater emphasis on supplier’s information security and governance controls than previous iterations, and the Crown Commercial Service have refined the terms and conditions to help enable a simpler, easier to understand procurement process.

Connexica Sales and Marketing Director Simon Nicholls said of the news: “We are pleased to announce Connexica’s availability on G-Cloud 9, and are looking forward to working even closer with the public sector throughout the duration of the agreement.”

Connexica are also on the Clinical and Digital Information Systems (CDIS) framework, focused on providing Informatics and Reporting solutions to the NHS and wider public sector.

It has been a good 2017 for Connexica so far, with industry recognition through both the Sentinel Science and Technology Award 2017 and a top 10 place in the UK ‘Data 50’ awards.

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