Belfast Telegraph

Tuesday 16 September 2014

Software product to save NHS money

A Northern Ireland mobile software company has launched a new workflow management system for the UK healthcare market.

Consilium Technologies, which was founded over 25 years ago, said it had identified a window of opportunity for a software product which could be used by healthcare professionals.

The company said the new product, TotalMobile, will save the NHS money by enabling doctors, nurses, carers and others to spend less time filling out forms and more time with their patients.

Consilium Technologies chief executive Colin Reid said: "Fundamentally, it's not about remote access for the user, it's about making work more fulfilling and productive.

"Our solutions bring unrivalled flexibility and were designed to support end-users normal working practices rather than to require users to fit round the technology.

"Consilium is passionate about its products. The team's wealth of industry experience is already helping healthcare professionals up and down the country to leverage its cutting-edge solutions."

Consilium is based in Clarendon Dock in Belfast and employs just under 100 people.

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