UKCloud Limited (“UKC”) and Virtual Infrastructure Group Limited (“VIG”) (together “the Companies”) – in Compulsory Liquidation

On 25 October 2022, the Companies were placed into Liquidation with the Official Receiver appointed as Liquidator and J Robinson and A M Hudson simultaneously appointed as Special Managers to manage the liquidation process on behalf of the Official Receiver.

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Public Sector Innovation

Digital technologies are at the heart of everything we do, changing the way people work, live and how they innovate.


Increased citizen expectations, budgetary challenges, and sustainable initiatives, require public sector organisations to innovate.

However, the pathway to modern public services is not without difficulty and organisations need technologies that can adapt and evolve based on societal needs. The Internet of Things has opened the door to a wealth of data about the world we live in. By creating real-time dialog between things, people and information, we are entering a hyperconnected era in which we will apply Artificial Intelligence (AI), Robotic Process Automation (RPA) & Edge Computing to enhance everyday situations.

The way we work, collaborate and behave will not be the same again.


Cloud-based services are fundamental in the evolution of public services as they facilitate innovative outcomes through the delivery of on-demand compute resources. Organisations can leverage the agility, elasticity and speed inherent with cloud computing to deliver far-reaching benefits across society.

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Next generation technologies will be instrumental in driving innovation across the UK public sector. From edge clouds that deliver localised compute power, to RPA that delivers greater operational efficiencies to everyday scenarios such as healthcare services and data management.


By having the right digital foundations coupled with next generation technologies, organisations can start to build and deliver innovative solutions that benefit end users. Offices can embrace digital working and provide employees with with the tools they need to work remotely. Similarly, city leaders have the opportunity to redesign public and utility services that are fit for a more prosperous future. Through the hyperconnectivity of data operations, supply chains can be streamlined to eliminate inefficiencies and provide greater levels of flexibility.

Innovation Partners

Digital Reef

Digital Reef focuses on driving digital adoption across a geographic region such as a town or city.

Avenir Digital

Avenir Digital specialises in conversational AI, which streamlines how people interact with organisations, and RPA, that allows employees to focus on job elements best suited to humans.

Bellrock Technology

Bellrock Technology uses an AI tooling model, platform and data science models to help organisations realise value from complex datasets enabling better decision making.


  • AI is being used to support the utilities industry by providing data modelling, helping service operators take timely preventative maintenance action. This provides greater service continuity and cost efficiencies.

  • AI and RPA can support the delivery of healthcare services by analysing multiple data sources whilst reducing manual effort and human error.

  • Edge clouds are ideal for situations that require the use of localised compute power and when latency is a challenge. Authorities across cities have already started to use edge clouds to process and assess traffic data enabling real-time action to manage traffic flow.

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