Redcentric wins £3.5m DBaaS NHS contract

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The DBaaS will power a repository for healthcare data in England

Redcentric has won a cloud database-as-a-service contract with the Health and Social Care Information Centre (HSCIC) worth over £3.5 million.

Through the two year contract the IT managed service provider will deliver the DBaaS system to support a national infrastructure programme for England. The DBaaS will power a repository for healthcare data in England enabling a range of reporting and analysis to support the NHS in the delivery of healthcare services.

NHS-HealthThe DBaaS offering, procured via the G-Cloud framework, will be provided from Redcentric’s England-based accredited data centres, delivering a highly scalable system.

Fraser Fisher, chief operating officer of Redcentric, said: “This latest win represents the continued endorsement of Redcentric’s managed services and expertise within the healthcare sector.”

Redcentric consists of three businesses that were brought together to make up the company: Redstone Managed Solutions, Maxima Managed Services and InTechnology Managed Services.