Oasis Dental Care is required to satisfy Care Quality Commission (CQC) criteria that it is meeting national standards of care and service. One of the ways it does this is by carrying out regular audits at each of its dental practices. Oasis had been using a standard off-the-shelf audit tool to support this process.
With annual sales in excess of £130 million, DCS is one of Europe's largest distributors of health and beauty products. Under the direction of founder Denys Shortt, the company has witnessed unprecedented growth over a period of seventeen years since it was established in 1994. DCS supplies over 30,000 retailers and 500 wholesalers in the United Kingdom and exports to 70 countries worldwide.
The NEC Group is the Birmingham-based venue management company that operates four world-class venues: The National Exhibition Centre, The International Convention Centre, the LG Arena and The National Indoor Arena. The Group also operates national ticketing agency The Ticket Factory and award-winning, prestige caterer Amadeus.
XLVets, one of the UK's leading veterinary groups, has created improved purchasing insight and business process efficiencies, thanks to a new, bespoke purchasing information system. Whilst tailored to meet XLVets' specific needs the underlying efficiencies would apply for a spectrum of sectors from pharmacies to agro-chemical suppliers.
As the UK's largest distributor of toiletries and household products, DCS negotiates high volumes of rebate deals with hundreds of suppliers. Complex retrospective payment deals are applicable across all product lines, varying from supplier to supplier.
The UKs leading provider of medical evidence, Mobile Doctors, has completely revolutionised its 'Complaints and Escalated Chase' system ensuring the company deals more effectively with the 70,000 reports it processes annually.
The UK's largest owner/operator of care homes, Bupa, has implemented a new web-based solution that will enable greater control in maintaining consistency of care and quality service levels across over 300 care homes nationwide.
Enable has developed a new website for The European Club Association, the sole, independent body directly representing football clubs at European level.
Babcock International Group PLC is a leading support services company operating primarily in the airport, nuclear and defence industries. Their GBP 1.2bn market capitalisation ranks them amongst the top 200 quoted companies in the UK.
NSL required a flexible, web-based solution that could be deployed across all its business units and contracts. The core product demonstrated by Enable met the requirements of the new cash management and control system NSL were looking for, while at the same time provided sufficient flexibility to allow for extensive customisation to meet the specific needs of the business.
Enable was brought in by Laing O'Rourke to develop a sophisticated intranet solution for its Australian company, which currently employs 1,200 people and is growing on a daily basis.
Enable Software has been contracted to design and supply the software behind a major new wholesaling initiative—Sugro OnLine, which launches on January 5, 2004. Sugro is a UK buying group of wholesalers that specialises in confectionery, soft drinks and cigarettes sales, supplying CTNs and petrol forecourts all over the UK.