Appitized named as Government supplier

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by Stephen Chapman

Appitized has won a place on the Government’s G-Cloud suppliers list.

The Warrington-based agency is now included on G-Cloud7, which means that it can bid for public sector contracts.

“We are delighted to be part of G-Cloud 7, providing central government departments, executive agencies and non-departmental public bodies with a cheaper and faster way to access and purchase government-approved Mobile App and Web products and services,” said Kevin Harrington, chairman of Appitized.

The company is already working on Pocket Midwife, which has been developed with Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust and the Emergency Medicine Handbook for Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospitals NHS Trust.

Appitized Health  has also announced a partnership with EY, to become its preferred app partner globally.

“To be working in partnership with EY Globally cements our digital footprint within healthcare. We already have an unrivalled and growing digital healthcare division so I expect this unique partnership will add even more value to our clients,” added head of creative strategy, Phil Coffin.