Informed Solutions has been appointed to the Crown Commercial Service (CCS) SPARK Technology Innovation Marketplace. Entry into the £650 million marketplace is based around Informed's trusted, proven, Queen's Award-winning capabilities in designing and delivering digital services that fully utilise artificial intelligence, Machine learning and advanced data analytics capabilities.
London/Manchester/Sydney July 2nd 2020: Informed Solutions has been appointed to the Crown Commercial Service (CCS) SPARK Technology Innovation Marketplace.
CCS launched the marketplace for innovation in 2019 as part of an effort to secure the UK’s position as a world leader in the design and adoption of emerging technologies. With technology evolving so quickly, it was created to provide a smarter way for public sector customers to access the very latest technologies and to support cutting edge products and markets that aren’t catered for in more traditional frameworks.
Informed Solutions entry into the £650 million marketplace is based around its trusted and proven capabilities in designing and delivering digital services that fully utilize artificial intelligence, Machine learning and advanced data analytics capabilities. Its Queen’s Award for Innovation-winning digital transformation platforms continue to drive public service innovation and cost-savings through the development of services that solve complex business and safety critical problems, particularly where place, location or geography are important.
Informed Solutions UK CEO, Seth Finegan comments: “Following our recent success with appointments to dynamic purchasing systems at Ofgem and Sellafield Ltd, we’re delighted to be appointed to the Spark Technology Innovation Marketplace. It will allow us to make our award-winning platforms and Informed ACADEMY world class learning and development programmes available to a wider community of government and public sector organisations that are increasingly adopting and embracing innovation cultures.
“It’s encouraging to see government continue to invest in our digital futures through the adoption of innovative, data-driven services that will look after society, the economy and the environment as we reshape our post COVID world”.