OpusVL are pleased to share that our services are now available on Gcloud 11, following the frameworks upgrade from Gcloud 10.

Gcloud 11 is the latest version of the Gcloud framework, allowing public sector buyers to acquire cloud related software and associated services. Niall Quinn, director of CCS' technology arm, said: "G-Cloud continues to be a major success story for how we drive innovation in the public sector.”

We have long been engaged in working with public sector organisations and this framework offers buyers a method of acquisition for Open Source software. There are 31,045 softwares and services listed on the framework, with 1,807 of these specifying Open Source

In conjunction with Bramble Hub, OpusVL are offering several services through Gcloud;

1. Flexibase

Flexibase is a framework of re-usable components required by all connected websites and intranets. It has been designed to allow quick design and easy integration to other systems

2. Open eObs

An NHS designed, ground breaking electronic patient observation solution built with Open Source software. This can be used on modern mobile devices for ward and community use. We have recently secured support from InnovateUK for development of this solution. To find out more about our work with Open eObs read our blog here: https://blogs.opusvl.com/opusvl/opusvl-receives-innovateuk-funding-for-healthcare-eobs-solution

3. Odoo Open Source ERP

A market leading Open Source ERP which can be developed and customised to meet specific needs, with real time visibility of data

If you wish to find out more about our services, visit our main site opusvl.com or contact us on 01788 298 450 / hello@opusvl.com

To view our listings on Gcloud 11 please see the links below;

Flexibase: https://www.digitalmarketplace.service.gov.uk/g-cloud/services/780794781020505

Open eObs: https://www.digitalmarketplace.service.gov.uk/g-cloud/services/779791187736230

Odoo Open Source ERP: https://www.digitalmarketplace.service.gov.uk/g-cloud/services/156472348046621


Posted by Lauren Westley on 08/07/2019