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Precisely joins G-Cloud 13 network

The UK Government approves vendor status for global leader in data integrity, Precisely ( on its Crown Commercial Service’s G-Cloud 13 Framework and further establishes Precisely as a trusted supplier to central government, local government, and public sector organizations across the UK for Precisely’s portfolio of data integrity solutions.

“Whether organizations are looking to move from antiquated mainframes to the cloud, create data governance frameworks, build data quality for a 360° view of their citizens, or leverage powerful spatial insights, successful digital transformation programmes need to be fuelled by accurate, consistent, and contextual data,” says Jay Reilly, Senior Vice President – EMEA, Precisely.

The G-Cloud initiative aims to simplify the process for UK government and public sector organizations to procure cloud-based services. The framework only lists suppliers and solution providers which meet the UK Government’s highest bar for privacy, security, and scalability – enabling organizations to procure the services and solutions they need, faster and with less risk.

“Government and public sector services are under increasing pressure, exacerbated heavily by the COVID-19 pandemic, and many organizations tasked with meeting demanding digital transformation efforts are struggling to keep pace. This is resulting in data silos, inefficient use of resources, lack of insight into citizen requirements, and even regulatory compliance issues,” adds Reilly.  “Our placement on G-Cloud 13 means public sector organizations can more easily access our portfolio of data integrity solutions, empowering them to make the confident decisions needed to improve the lives of citizens.”

A recent study by the Central Gov Strategy Forum, found that data analytics is the most urgent cause for concern for central government departments, with 65% planning to increase spend in this area during 2023.

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