EMERGING TECHNOLOGY,GOVERNMENT BUSINESS
VidCruiter | January 10, 2023
VidCruiter, the leading SaaS provider of recruiting software vendor for the government, recently announced that the Crown Commercial Service (CCS) has selected it as a pre-qualified cloud software vendor.
UK central government departments and public sector organizations can now use the cloud-based hiring tools by VidCruiter. The agreement is possible through G-Cloud 13, a procurement gateway operated by Crown Commercial Service (CCS) that lets UK central government departments and public sector organizations purchase cloud-based software products.
VidCruiter provides point hiring and interviewing solutions, such as:
Applicant tracking, skills assessments
VidCruiter is dedicated to assisting central government agencies and public sector organizations in the United Kingdom to improve hiring efficiencies, reduce time and scale while retaining complete compliance. VidCruiter has worked with government agencies around the globe to update and automate their employment processes for greater efficiency and consistency with internal guidelines and procedures.
VidCruiter's online hiring solutions are trusted by recruiters worldwide. It has been empowering companies and job seekers to find the ideal match for over a decade. The platform interacts seamlessly at all stages of the hiring experience with industry-leading HR technologies to streamline existing operations. The innovative method taken by VidCruiter stems from four guiding principles: recruitment process modelling; recruitment accessibility; a foundation in scientific research; and continuous process improvement.
Ardoq | December 13, 2022
Ardoq, a SaaS company reinventing Enterprise Architecture (EA) for today’s digital enterprise, today announced that it has been awarded a place on the Crown Commercial Service’s Government Cloud (G-Cloud) 13 framework, which enables UK public sector entities to quickly and easily purchase cloud-based solutions. Ardoq’s next generation EA technology can further help public bodies make more informed decisions, streamline operations and make their data actionable.
With more government bodies accelerating digital transformation, adopting cloud technology and driving their uses in the wake of the pandemic, it is crucial that they are leveraging technology that meets certain standards. G-Cloud, which sets specific requirements for all vendors to be accepted into the digital catalogue, ensures that public entities do not have to waste resources looking for the right cloud partner, since the framework guarantees that vendors are meeting the necessary requirements to which public entities are beholden. As part of G-Cloud, Ardoq is committed to ensuring public entities can leverage its data-driven EA tool without having to exhaust the additional resources needed to vet cloud solutions outside of G-Cloud.
“Public sector bodies are transforming their digital public services in unprecedented ways whilst remaining accountable for where and how their resources are used most effectively, They need access to tools that enable them to make smarter, more efficient decisions, and we’re eager to help these organisations better manage their people, processes, applications and data.”
-Robin Fitzhugh, UK director, Ardoq.
Ardoq is a SaaS company reinventing Enterprise Architecture for today’s digital enterprise. The company’s dynamic, data-driven EA platform is designed to plan and execute major change initiatives. The tool provides a digital twin of an organisation’s people, processes, systems, data, and infrastructure. With Ardoq, CIOs can confidently deliver digital transformations, and IT leaders can make better technology decisions based on real-time information. With Ardoq, EAs can serve as change agents, supporting business and IT collaboration for better outcomes.
Germany Trade & Invest | November 14, 2022
Germany's Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate Action (BMWK) has contracted software company QMWare and cloud specialist IONOS, together with the University of Stuttgart and the Fraunhofer FOKUS research institute, to construct a platform for quantum computing applications for German industry. The cloud will be the first of its kind in the country.
The project, called SeQenC, will run for three years and is part of the ministry's "Digital Technologies for Business" support program. The ministry will be investing tens of millions of euros, although no exact figure was named.
During the project's three-year span, selected partner companies from industry and the wider economy will be invited to test out applications in sectors such as telecommunications, logistics, finance, automotive and energy.
The project is the latest in a series of quantum computing initiating to come from the BMWK. In late September, the ministry announced that it would put EUR 14 million into a quantum processer prototype developed on the basis of photonic systems. The BMWK has pledged to invest EUR 740 million in quantum computing as a whole.
"The German government's investment indicate how serious it is about quantum computing in Germany, Such initiatives not only create superior conditions for businesses active in Germany. They also show that niches are arising for international quantum computing businesses to come to Europe's largest economy and profit from this exciting transformation."
-Asha-Maria Sharma, computing industry expert at the German government agency Germany Trade & Invest.
Germany Trade & Invest (GTAI) is the economic promotion agency of the Federal Republic of Germany. GTAI supports German companies setting up in foreign markets, promotes Germany as a business location and assists foreign companies setting up shop in Germany.