Our customers are national governments and international health bodies. They’re also police forces, emergency services, local authorities and housing providers, all working to prevent harm and provide the right support.
We know them.
We’ve been them.
We are them.
We’ve been health screeners and benefits officers. We’ve worked in housing, probation and for the emergency services. And we’re all service users too. Our understanding of the challenges fires our ambition to overcome them.It's why we celebrate the #unsungheroes in control rooms
Our energy comes from a job well done. When we work in biometrics or predictive analytics it’s so that customers on tight budgets can find the person in need amid the thousands they serve.See what the Internet of Things can do in housing
We fine-tune our software to deliver great performance in the cloud. And react at lightning speed to customer challenges, running critical services remotely within hours of a call. We align our tech to match their needs so they can focus on what matters.Like helping two councils stay connected in lockdown
IoT in housing will be part of the ‘new normal’, and that has big implications for housing providers. Trevor Hampton says that without the right data integration strategy, you could quickly lose control of valuable connections.
The contribution that the ambulance sector makes in delivering NHS services is extensive, often in the most difficult and unpredictable of circumstances, no more so than during the current COVID19 pandemic. Ambulance clinicians are highly regarded for their skills and resilience in out-of-hospital urgent and emergency care.
When it comes to priorities for a local authority licensing team, the general public are top of that list. And taxi licensing is no different. You also work hard to keep drivers happy, and we need to be ready to support you. So we asked our service design colleagues to find out what might work better for drivers so that we could build it into ASSURE.