Public sector spend and opportunities intelligence provider Oxygen Finance has secured three listings on the Crown Commercial Service’s latest G-Cloud 13 framework.
Birmingham-based Oxygen Finance, which is also the leading operator of early payment solutions to the UK’s public sector, secured listings for both their Illuminator and Prospector products, recently renamed Insights Spend and Insights Notices/Pre-Procurement respectively, and in the framework’s Cloud Software Lot 2.
Insights Spend is an expenditure analysis tool drawing on data from over 1,100 public sector bodies, and Insights Notices and Pre-Procurement provide intelligence on commercial projects, initiatives and contracts placed by local authorities, NHS trusts and integrated care boards in England.
This is the fourth time these products have been successfully listed, having previously been included in G-Cloud 9, G-Cloud 10, G-Cloud 11 and the CCS’s current framework, G-Cloud 12.
In addition, Oxygen Finance has been successful in securing a new listing for their Data Analytics and Dashboard Services, providing public sector organisations with dataset aggregation, benchmarking, and tailored Business Intelligence dashboards under the framework’s Cloud Support Lot 3.
Speaking about the release, Operations Director Lesley Eaton said “We’re delighted that Insights Spend, Notices and Pre-Procurement have once again been included as part of the G-Cloud framework, continuing a track record of success that began with G-Cloud 9.
“We are especially pleased that we are also now able to offer our Bespoke Analytics and Dashboard Services through the framework, which means we can provide public sector clients with a tailored service that will precisely meet their data analysis and visualization requirements.”
The G-Cloud 13 framework will come into effect on 9th November 2022, providing a digital marketplace designed to make it easier for public sector organisations to access the latest cloud technology and innovation by pre-qualifying suppliers for quality, stability, security, compliance and pricing factors.