NHS deals spell dramatic growth for FlowForma
The firm is to increase its headcount by two thirds in the next year and a half
The Dublin start-up FlowForma will create 20 jobs within 18 months on foot of a spate of health-tech contracts with Britain’s National Health Service (NHS).
FlowForma secured its first NHS client, King’s College Hospital in London, eighteen months ago. Its software has since been rolled out to ten British hospitals, where it is being used for staff review and appraisal processes.
FlowForma was established in 2012 as a division of Dublin-based IT firm...
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