2nd July 2015, London. Advanced Health & Care (Advanced), a leading supplier of IT solutions for the health and care sectors, today announces that it has signed a strategic partnership agreement with Cloudhouse, a leading vendor of Cloud Application Virtualization technologies
The partnership provides organisations with the ability to rapidly deploy Advanced’s solutions in the cloud, enabling cost-efficiencies and economies of scale without the risk of migrating data between multiple platforms.
Running software within a virtualised setting reduces reliance on remote desktops, increases flexibility of deployment and gives users the ability to access the software anytime and from anywhere.
Compatibility issues are also removed, ensuring uninterrupted performance regardless of any conflicts across the environment in which the solution runs and the ability to ‘click and run’ applications irrespective of desktop configuration.
Jim Chase, Managing Director, Advanced Health & Care, says, “This partnership will provide our customers with increased agility, flexibility and accessibility of our solutions, without them needing to allocate time and cost into redeveloping their existing IT infrastructure.
“Organisations will benefit from up-to-date and reliable software available within any environment. This is hugely important in the health and care setting where patient records increasingly need to be stored and accessed electronically in real-time.”
Nick Harmer, CEO, Cloudhouse, says, “We are excited to be joining forces with Advanced, one of the fastest growing suppliers of leading healthcare IT solutions. Our innovative technology is a perfect complement to their trusted solutions, and will further enhance the software and service they offer by enabling customers to leverage the efficiencies and benefits of virtualised hosting.”
Advanced Health & Care’s solutions support 1,800 'out of hospital', community care provider organisations in the NHS, local government, third-sector and private sector across Europe, Australia, New Zealand and the Middle East.
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Our patented Cloud Application Virtualization technology is packaged into two products, designed to work separately or in concert. Applications Anywhere virtualizes Windows client applications to remove platform dependencies and to facilitate centralized application management and deployment. Data Anywhere enables the mobility of, and remote access to, databases without impacting the user experience.
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About Advanced Health & Care:
Advanced Health & Care (Advanced) is a leading provider of IT management systems for adult and children’s community, mental health, hospice, home and residential care services, as well as urgent and unscheduled care and clinical call centres.
Advanced focuses on providing innovative mobile IT applications for community based care, supporting tens of thousands of care workers and clinicians with integrated phone, software and airtime solutions.
Working with partners in the NHS, local government and the private sector, Advanced offers IT solutions in support of safe, efficient care delivery with integrated management information. Advanced’s unique proposition is its range of integrated care solutions offering visibility of information for both the commissioner and care provider.
Advanced Health & Care is a division of Advanced Computer Software Group Limited, a leading supplier of software and IT services to the health, care and business services sectors. In 2014, the Group won Tech Company of the Year in PwC’s UK Tech Awards. Advanced was also ranked in the Deloitte UK Fast 50, which recognises the 50 fastest growing technology companies in the UK and ranked in the top 300 technology companies in Deloitte’s EMEA rankings.
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