Loqiva has secured a place on the G-Cloud 11 procurement digital marketplace owned by Crown Commercial Services, to offer specialist smart city technologies.
The G-Cloud 11 procurement framework went live yesterday on the UK government’s Digital Marketplace with 4,200 suppliers. Making up more than 90% of the suppliers are small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), who will provide central government, NHS trusts, local councils and other public sector bodies scope to buy cloud-based services through a single, central website.
Loqiva CEO, Marcus Chidgey said, “We’re pleased to have met the standards required for the UK government’s Digital Marketplace. We look forward to growing our profile in the public sector and winning contracts to innovate in smart service creation and delivery.”
In 2017, the Digital Marketplace has exceeded £2.6 billion in spend. Of this spend, 45% was through micro, small or medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).
Loqiva’s profile can be found here.