Working with the National Patient Safety Team in NHS Improvement, Informed Solutions will soon begin building and testing prototypes as part of the alpha phase that will ultimately deliver the successor to the National Reporting and Learning System (NRLS) and the Strategic Executive Information System (STEIS).
The London celebration of Informed Solution’s 25th anniversary, at the iconic National Gallery, wrapped up the company’s UK anniversary events in great style. Guests enjoyed a spectacular drinks and jazz reception, surrounded by masterpieces from one of the world’s finest art collections.
Informed Solutions have been named Business of the Year at the 2017 Altrincham and Sale Chamber of Commerce awards.
Informed Solutions has helped The Boundary Commission for England achieve a huge increase in digital participation on their consultation for revised constituencies, which published proposals today to cut the number of MPs from 650 to 600.
A balmy evening on the roof terrace at the National Museum of Scotland was the setting for a memorable evening marking Informed Solutions’ 25th anniversary, as the company reinforced its commitment to Scotland and the Scottish marketplace.
Informed Solutions was among a number of IT companies that recently met with the Greater Manchester Business Growth Hub and Treasury Ministers to call for continuing support for scale-up businesses with high growth and export ambitions.
Informed Solutions, a leading independent provider of digital transformation, advanced data analytics and systems integration services has received a special award to mark their 25th anniversary.
A Northern Powerhouse-based leading independent provider of digital transformation and systems integration services is celebrating its 25th anniversary this week and marking their achievements in style.
Informed Solutions is delighted to announce the appointment of David Menon as our new Finance and Commercial Director.
The latest GDS (Government Digital Service) blog showcases Informed Solutions’ work with the Department for Transport (DfT) on the Digital Data Index project. It helps bring to life some of the User Research and Service Design techniques that we’ve applied to what is a recurring challenge across many large organisations: quickly discovering information relevant to the problem at hand, understanding how (and if) it should be used to support what you’re doing, understanding who the relevant experts are, and providing feedback to help improve information in the future.