In many businesses there is considerable time spent repeating the same activities, things like compiling spreadsheets and reports, preparing documents and sending them through the post or by e-mail. These often seem like small jobs but even in the smallest organisation the time spent across those small jobs can mount up rapidly. These activities are perfect candidates for automation.
It’s been a marathon which has took nearly two and a half years, pushed the boundaries of our programming skills and now I’m proud to say we have reached the finishing line.
QMS as we call it has undoubtedly been the most complicated system we have ever produced, so it’s not surprising we are so proud of what has been accomplished. We have stretched what even we thought was possible and have successfully increased what’s possible for Quality Health.