Bantham Technologies wins Best Sustainable Product/Process of 2021
It’s been a rocky start to 2021, all things considered. But lately, with a more positive outlook in every sense, there’s reason to feel optimistic. Indeed, the mood has been celebratory here at Bantham Technologies this last week as we toast our first award win of the year.
We were crowned winner of Best Sustainable Product/Process category at the 2021 Best Business Awards (BAAs). The BBAs pride themselves on having a large panel of independent expert judges who select winners according to strict criteria for each category and sector so to be selected is both an honor and a privilege.
A key part of our submission was our stellar work with the Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust, which you can read all about here.
Commenting on our entry, the chairman of the judges said: “Congratulations to Bantham Technologies for helping to reduce the admin burden for the NHS through digital technology giving medical staff more time to care for patients. Bantham has integrated its cloud based digital data capture platform with a Patient Information Database (PID) that is currently being used by district nurses with two-way integration with the Silverlink Patient Administration System (PAS) used by The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trusts . Using tablets, the nurses save time by having forms automatically pre-populated with patient information doing away with repetitive form filling. Not only does this save time and increase efficiency, it has cut the trust’s carbon footprint and saved it a substantial sum.”
The Best Business Awards are one of the UK’s highest profile awards and winning this accolade speaks volumes about the quality of our organisation and the work we are doing for our clients. Due to its high profile, the Awards attract a wide range of entries from across all sectors from large international PLCs and public sector organisations to dynamic and innovative SMEs so competition is fierce. To win is a real coup and a fillip to the team.
But, we don’t intend to stop here. In fact, we’ve got more submissions in the pipeline and a team hunting down the best opportunities to showcase our work. While 2020 may go down in history as a year to forget, we want to make every effort to ensure 2021 is a year to remember.