2002 was good year for innovators at StaffPlan

Posted on December 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

|StaffPlan has been celebrating the success of its flagship homecare software products ­ here¹s a guide to the services on offer| Last year was a very good one for StaffPlan, the London based software company which specialises in products for the homecare market. The company says its software products, Homecare Roster (scheduling and administration), SMSLab (text message broadcasting) and TeleMonitor (call monitoring) have all enjoyed a good reception, and sales have increased significantly in the public and private sectors. Homecare Roster, the company¹s flagship product, is now enjoying much success both in public sector and independent private provider software evaluations. StaffPlan managing director Mark Chapman believes this is because the product combines ease of use with functionality. “From the outset is has been our aim to have a crystal clear user interface, and whenever we add powerful new features, such as journey planning or a system generated to-do list, we make sure that we don¹t interfere

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