Lexmark’s Perceptive Software successfully joins UK Government’s G-Cloud 4 programme

Government stamp of approval for all six products submitted for public sector

Perceptive Software has announced its process, content, capture, search, vendor neutral archive (VNA) solutions and Lexmark’s managed print services (MPS) are now available on the UK Government’s G-Cloud 4 framework.

Through the programme, public sector clients including NHS trusts, will be able to use Perceptive Software technologies to bridge the gaps between enterprise applications and the processes and information these applications don't currently manage.

The seamless integration of processes and IT systems will provide the visibility and control needed to improve financial performance, reduce risk and ensure future flexibility in public sector IT systems.

Perceptive Software achieved this wide-ranging accreditation to provide software as a service to public sector organisations in the UK after successfully completing a detailed process of submitting core solution benefits and features to the Government Procurement Service Portal.

“Joining the G-Cloud 4 programme demonstrates our leadership in providing business solutions that transform organisational processes and builds on our success in the public sector both here and abroad," said Chris Booth, sales manager at Perceptive Software.

"Being part of G-Cloud makes it much easier and simpler for NHS trusts to procure Perceptive Software and Lexmark’s MPS. This accelerates how they improve and extend services with our technology.

“In particular G-Cloud will help us support important government ICT strategies like digitising records to achieve patient-centric care in the NHS. This enables us to get our products to market more quickly to aid such an ambitious transition."

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