Carrenza and Regify bring trusted e-communicatons solutions to G-Cloud 7

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Cloud service provider expands range of PGA rated official IAAS, PAAS and consulting services on latest public sector procurement framework to include secure collaboration and communication tools.

Carrenza, the cloud services provider, and Regify, the trusted e-communications solutions provider, announced a partnership that will see several of Regify’s solutions available as software-as-a-service (SaaS) on the Government’s G-Cloud 7 framework.

Regimail, Regify’s secure email service, and Regibox, their secure document sharing, transfer and collaboration tool, are now available on Lot 3 of the G-Cloud framework via the Carrenza Cloud and will provide public sector organisations with secure, UK-based ways of storing, collaborating and sharing sensitive documents and communicating for the first time.

Matt McGrory, Carrenza’s Managing Director, says:

“We’re proud to have been involved in bringing Regify’s range of easy-to-use, out-of-the-box e-communications services to the G-Cloud framework. The fact that our infrastructure is UK-based and secure to Official level means that Regify’s services can be used throughout the public sector and can support a range of users.”

Kurt Kammerer, Regify’s CEO and co-founder explains:

“Our partnership with Carrenza is built on their proven track record of partnering with application providers to enable secure to Official level, highly resilient ‘as-a-Service’ solutions to both the public and private sectors.”

Regibox is already helping Great Ormond Street Hospital, as lead hospital in the North Thames NHS Genomics Medicine Centre communicate and collaborate securely as part of the 100,000 Genomes Project.

Regify’s Regimail service is used by a number of UK GPs to communicate securely with patients, via the WebPost RED service and employees in the NW receive pay slips electronically through Masterpay, another Regify partner.

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