BUPA invests in new computer system

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

BUPA Care Services, the UK¹s largest provider of long term care, with 233 nursing homes nationally, have announced a major investment in the provision of a leading edge computer system for all of its care homes and central office. Awarded in April 2001 to Coldharbour Systems Ltd the contract uses the latest technologies to accommodate BUPA¹s substantial growth. Coldharbour undertook a detailed specification process with BUPA¹s project team to clearly define requirements to comprehensively cater for BUPA¹s specific billing, payroll, staff costs, financial and reporting needs. Coldharbour managing director Roy Proctor said that, while BUPA was a long-standing customer, BUPA¹s rapid growth during the late 90s had involved working with a number of different systems and the need to standardise and integrate their financial accounting systems had become of paramount importance. “BUPA undertook an extensive selection process for their chosen supplier and solution and we are therefore thrilled to continue our pa

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