Care and Health 11th March 2019 - 1 min read

PredictX becomes new data and applications supplier for Crown Commercial Service (CCS)

By Joni Lindes

We are happy to announce that we have been recognised as a new data and applications framework supplier for Crown Commercial Service (CCS) Framework.

Crown Commercial Service (CCS) provides high quality commercial and procurement services to the public sector. The full list of Crown Commercial Suppliers went live on the 22nd February. This is the first CCS framework to give customers the choice to buy cloud and on-premise software or a combination of both under one agreement. PredictX will be listed under Lot 3c as a provider for Community Health and Social Care.

CCS providers in Lot 3c in the data and applications framework are selected based on whether their software development procedures are maximised to deliver high quality, innovative software solutions catering to the unique needs involved in the health and social care sectors. PredictX is proud to be part of this group of suppliers and cannot wait to deliver new, innovative solutions for CCS.

Public health and social care services are often under high amounts of pressure to deliver high quality services while minimising cost. As pressure and demand for these services increase, the need for new digital solutions to efficiently address the demand is paramount.

“We know how much demand public health and social care organisations experience on a daily basis,” said PredictX CEO, Keesup Choe. “This only means we have to be even more inventive. New technology and AI, for example, can combine large amounts of data intelligently – revolutionising the way local economies deliver their services. This is why we are so excited to be listed as a Crown Commercial supplier and we cannot wait to put our software to good use.”

Joni Lindes
By Joni Lindes
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