Wellbeing Software’s healthcare market leadership grows with 80 contract renewals this year…and counting
At Wellbeing Software we’re delighted to announce a significant number of contract renewals so far this year. These range across both Cris ®, the UK’s market leading Radiology Information System (RIS) and Euroking, Wellbeing’s market leading Maternity Information System, as well as the electronic health record and data management services the business provides.
To date this year more than 80 customers have renewed and extended existing contracts, and that number grows each week.
Wellbeing Software CEO Graham Ridgway said: “2018 has been a highly successful year for the company and shows no signs of slowing down. Continued customer confidence in both our existing technology solutions and future product development roadmaps has been fundamental to the renewals.
The combination of state of the art innovation and market-leading software has proved a compelling proposition and we have been working hard to ensure our software is constantly evolving to meet customer’s changing needs. By building close working partnerships based on continuous improvement, support and development, we’re ideally placed to model and improve workflows, meet specific needs and deliver the most effective solutions.
Whilst we’re rightly proud of our achievements, there’s absolutely no resting on our laurels and we’re working hard to ensure continued success, with new product and services development targeting continued growth into next year and in the long term.”
Alongside this success, Wellbeing Software strategically rebranded earlier this year. The focused ‘healthcare:connected’ brand positioning is underpinned by joined-up specialities in radiology and maternity information systems, electronic health records and data management services.
Working across a wide range of the healthcare sector, our healthcare IT solutions are key to the day-to-day operations of front-line services enabling connected healthcare, supporting healthcare professionals and ultimately helping to ensure the delivery of better patient outcomes.