The partnership allows Cloud2 clients to benefit from the advanced capabilities of Intuitive Dashboards, which empowers users to create a highly-interactive, graphical real-time dashboard view of management data, based upon the metrics and KPIs that matter most to the user.
Stocker continues, “Cloud2 is a highly innovative player in the information management and collaboration market space, so our partnership will enable us to combine our joint approaches to create more value for clients as IT departments strive to bring transparency and immediacy of business insight to their decision-making processes.”
Simon Hudson, Director of Cloud2 explains, “As part of our growth strategy, we are continually looking to develop new relationships with leading technology partners. Access to and visualisation of data is key to being able to manage the complex activities of a modern healthcare trust and our clients are increasingly looking for an easy-to-use, quick-to-deploy business intelligence dashboard that gives them instant real-time visibility of their data. Quite simply, Intuitive Dashboards is vastly superior to any other dashboard solution currently available and we’re delighted to be partnering with Intuitive Business Intelligence to serve the healthcare market.”
In conclusion, Roger Stocker of Intuitive Business Intelligence comments, “I’m very pleased to welcome Cloud2 to our fast-growing reseller programme. Intuitive Dashboards will enable NHS Trusts and other healthcare organisations to quickly get to the root cause of potential issues and take fast action to remedy them, as well as helping them proactively identify opportunities for cost savings and performance improvement. It’s a win-win relationship and we look forward to working closely with the entire team at Cloud2. In fact, we’ll be supporting Cloud2 at their forthcoming seminars on 21 September at Kettering General Hospital and on 11 October at Blackpool’s Teaching Hospitals. Both events include a presentation of our dashboard software and we expect attendance levels to be high.”