Friday August 7, 2020

Making It Work: Softworks in expansion mode with NHS clients

Irish-owned workforce management software firm signs contracts with three NHS trusts and a hospital in Toronto, Canada

26th July, 2020
Andrew Ferguson, chief executive at Softworks: ‘Healthcare is really where the global opportunity lies for us now.’

Softworks, the Irish-owned software company, is in expansion mode having signed up its first NHS clients in Britain and announced plans to create 11 jobs within three months.

The company has just recorded its best trading year to date, achieving revenues of more than €8.1 million in the 12 months ended June 30, Andrew Ferguson, its chief executive, said.

Softworks also recently signed new contracts with three NHS Trusts in Britain, including Taunton and Somerset, Yeovil, and Cambridgeshire...

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