HSCIC awards Redcentric £3.5million contract to deliver cloud DBaaS

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Redcentric plc. The UK IT managed services provider, has won a major new contract with the Health and Social Care Information Centre (HSCIC) worth in excess of £3.5 million.

Through the two year contract Redcentric will provide Database as a Service (DBaaS) devised to support a national infrastructure programme. 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. Delivered by Redcentric's team of database experts, the managed service is a proven model for delivering high availability cloud database environments and will support HSCIS's critical repository. DBaaS, procured via the G-Cloud framework will be provided from Redcentric's England based secure and accredited data centres delivering a highly scalable and high performance system.

Fraser Fisher Chief Operating Officer, commented: "We are delighted to be able to announce the contract with the HSCIC. This latest win represents the continued endorsement of Redcentric's managed services and expertise within the Healthcare sector."

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