Coldharbour wins major systems contracts


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

Westminster Health Care have purchased a new IT systcm for their homes and administration resource centre in Inverness from Coldharbour Systems Ltd. Coldharbour has undertaken a 12-month month detailed specification and tendering proccss to identify a supplier and solution to cater for Westminster’s system requirements. “We are naturally delighted to have been awarded the contract by Westminster Health Care,” said Coldharbour Systems sales director Michael Moreton. “Westminster Health Care has invcsted in leading edge technology using Microsoft Terminal Server to link each home to their resource centre in Inverness.” The solution will providc a stable platform for the anticipated expansion of activities planncd by Westminster which is one of the biggest independent health care services provider in the UK, and which recently acquired Priory Healthcare, a major provider of independent specialist mental health care. Westminster Health Care chief operating officer Tony Heywood said the company had sought a soluti





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