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London — July 2, 2019 — MarkLogic Corporation, the next generation data platform provider for simplifying data integration, announced today that it has been confirmed as an approved supplier for G-Cloud 11, the latest iteration of the UK Government’s G-Cloud framework.

This is the fourth consecutive variation of the G-Cloud framework MarkLogic has been approved as a supplier for, dating back to G-Cloud 8. The appointment further demonstrates the capabilities of the company’s award-winning NoSQL database platform in supporting UK public sector departments and organisations with achieving a 360-degree view of their data for enhanced decision making and intelligence gathering.

MarkLogic has expanded the services offered to UK public sector organisations by nearly four-fold through the latest G-Cloud framework. This means security and defence, local authorities, police and law enforcement, NHS Trusts, central government and other public sector bodies can now access 51 services from MarkLogic through a centralised procurement portal.

This includes a number of ‘Quick Start’ offerings, enabling prospective government bodies to deploy the company’s software and services for particularly targeted projects that need to be delivered in short timeframes (25-30 days).

Chris Cherry, UK Public Sector Lead at MarkLogic, said: “We are delighted to have been named as an approved supplier for G-Cloud 11. Government agencies and public sector bodies have relied on MarkLogic’s range of technology offerings for over 15 years, including the enablement of legacy data migration, data insight gathering for the safeguarding of vulnerable children and adults, as well as geospatial intelligence gathering. We look forward to continuing to support these organisations through our increased range of services.”

G-Cloud 11 is the first version of the G-Cloud framework led by the Crown Commercial Service (CCS), having previously been operated and managed by the Government Digital Service (GDS). GDS is now solely focusing on digital strategy across UK Government.