It is not enough to provide access to software
Creating software is only one part of the puzzle. Ensuring that customers feel safe using and accessing systems is another key consideration.
Continuing to support our customers
COVID-19 arrived at the start of the year. It changed the way in which we live our lives and by no means is the battle over. We are about to head into the most challenging period of the year, the Winter and our customers need our support.
Care to join us?*
With more than 100,000 vacancies in the social care sector, recruitment is paramount – but how do social care providers attract the right people to the sector?
What can we expect from 2021?
Reset. If 2020 was the flashpoint, then 2021 will be the reset and 2022 will be the start of the new world. Restrictions will continue into the start of the Spring, before being eased in the Summer, and then re-introduced at the end of Autumn.
What we hope to see in 2021
- A roadmap out of the Coronavirus pandemic
- A positive conclusion to Brexit negotiations
- A focus on working cohesively
- A spotlight on technological adoption
- A shared goal to bring the nation together and place the most vulnerable first.
We are in this together.
ECLIPSE: The perfect software solution for the next decade
We created our ECLIPSE software platform to create lasting change across health and social care. It is an attempt by us to give back to an industry that offers so much every day. It is something that motivates us and keeps us strong.
Software that was suitable ten years ago is not suitable today. Delays cost time and the more time taken through administration results in less time to care. Time is the most essential consideration that we all have, and ECLIPSE creates efficiencies that save time.
Children's Social Care
Creating effective change during a global pandemic*
Birmingham Children’s Trust is on an improvement journey, implementing new working practices and computer systems, embedding a change in culture and increasing levels of partnership working across the city – all of which is taking place in the middle of a global pandemic. Jenny Turnross, Director of Practice, explains how this has all been achieved and their ambitions for the future.
Forrester Predictions 2021: Four areas that the Public Sector should take notice of
Forrester is one of the leading global market research companies who provide advice on the existing and potential impact of technology to its clients and the public. Each year Forrester looks at the shape of the emerging world and predicts the trends that will define the year to come. In this blog, we look at Forrester’s predictions for 2021 and look at the top four elements that public sector bodies can take away from the report.
Positive steps to tackling county lines and gang behaviour*
Claudine Duberry, Director of Taking Positive Steps, explains how her organisation’s work can help tackle issues of youth engagement, gang involvement and county lines.