Healthcare technology specialist PretaGov has been listed as a supplier on the new G-Cloud 9 (G9) framework, making its form-building platform PretaForm available to purchase through the latest government procurement marketplace.
PretaGov has been listed under the ‘Cloud Software’ category with PretaForm; a low-code platform that allows non-technical staff to build complex eForms in-house, which is both time and cost effective. The software can be used to create intelligent workflow applications for processes such as data capture, required approvals and business logic. The company is working with NHS Digital to create digital discharge forms that will improve workflow between hospitals and social care.
Virginia Choy, CEO of PretaGov said: “There is a notable increase in adoption of cloud technology in the healthcare sector, but more traditional buying methods such as open tenders mean lengthy procurement processes. G-Cloud provides greater opportunities to purchase and implement pre-approved software, and we are pleased to be accepted on the framework.”
The changes to G9 have been driven by the insights gained from user research. It replaces previous iterations G7 and G8 respectively, meaning organisations can purchase a range of services without lengthy tender processes.