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July 5th, 2019
Cadcorp introduces Spatial Database Service in G-Cloud 11

Cadcorp has again been awarded a place in the Digital Marketplace as a supplier of web mapping and data services under G-Cloud 11. As part of its offering, the British geospatial software company has introduced a Spatial Database Service. This service reduces the time and expertise required to install, set up and manage a spatial database. It provides a security model to support different levels of users and a guaranteed level of service.

Cadcorp is still offering its Map Data Service, which now includes support for the recently released OS Open Zoomstack. Cadcorp has updated its web mapping offering to the most recent versions, SIS WebMap 9, SIS WebMap Express 9 and SIS Notice Board 9. The Cadcorp INSPIRE Data Publisher Service is again available as a service.

The G-Cloud framework on the Digital Marketplace is an agreement between the UK Government and suppliers. This is for the benefit of public sector organisations, as buying services through the framework is faster and cheaper than entering into individual procurement contracts.

G-Cloud 11 is available on the Digital Marketplace now. Cadcorp is categorised as cloud hosting, software and support. For more information, visit http://cdcp.io/gcloud11