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AdviseInc secures 11 NHS contracts

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Award-winning healthcare procurement technology company, AdviseInc, has won 11 contracts with integrated care systems (ICS) and NHS trusts across the country.

The company secured contracts with six ICSs in the East of England, alongside Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, Liverpool University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust while a further three ICSs that have agreed to work with the company to achieve greater value for money from their procurement data.

AdviseInc has worked with over 214 NHS organisations in the past few years across the UK.

Mat Oram, CEO and Co-Founder, AdviseInc, said:

“As a team, we’ve invested significant time and resources into creating a procurement analytics service that provides users with complete oversight and meaningful value.

“We’re extremely happy to be extending our services across the NHS and working with new organisations.

“We understand how important procurement data is, and our solutions are helping provide NHS organisations with invaluable visibility and analysis, allowing teams to add value to their spend data and maximise value to the fullest.

Seven of the 11 new customers will utilise AdviseInc’s Procurement Dashboard (PD) solution, which provides them with complete visibility of their spend data.

The technology works by providing 100 per cent visibility of non-pay spend across 100,000 suppliers and over 1.5 million products.

This allows procurement teams to identify saving opportunities and compare products across multiple suppliers.

Meanwhile, North West London ICS, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust and Liverpool University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust have deployed Procurement Dashboard Plus (PD+) – an extension of the PD package which provides users with further analytical support from AdviseInc’s team of experts.

An agreement has also been reached with Cheshire and Merseyside ICS, where AdviseInc will deliver high-level analysis to identify spend-saving opportunities across the region.

Lee Jackson, Managing Director at North West London Procurement Services, said:

“The level of analysis and insight that AdviseInc provides has allowed us to really drill down into our data, identify spend saving opportunities and deliver actionable insights for our procurement teams.”

AdviseInc is in the process of developing a new platform set to be rolled out by the end of the financial year.

One of the solutions set to be embedded onto the new platform is Control Tower.

The innovation is purpose-built to help regional procurement teams simplify the vast amounts of information being collected and managed by teams in each care setting within an ICS, making insights easier to access and decipher.

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