Redcentric plc signs major new contract
Redcentric plc, a leading UK IT managed services provider, is pleased to announce that it 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 this contract win with the HSCIC. This latest win represents the continued endorsement of Redcentric's managed services and expertise within the Healthcare sector."
Redcentric is a leading UK IT managed services provider that delivers innovative technology to improve business productivity and efficiency.
Redcentric has annualised revenues in excess of £100million, more than 500 highly skilled employees serving over 2000 customers across the UK. Redcentric has a comprehensive product portfolio that delivers true end-to-end managed services. The company wholly owns 3 world class data centres with an estate in excess of 1200 racks, in addition to significant national MPLS network assets over which critical IT data and voice services are delivered. Redcentric also owns and operates its own fibre Metropolitan Area Networks.
With the IT landscape in constant evolution, Redcentric is built around today's modern IT challenges offering application, collaboration, infrastructure, network and IT security services.
The company listed on AIM at the London Stock Exchange in April 2013 (LSE:RCN) Redcentric has a trading history of over 15 years through the three businesses that were brought together to make up the company; Redstone Managed Solutions, Maxima Managed Services and InTechnology Managed Services