A year in review

December 23rd 2022

As we are getting close to the end of 2022, we reflect on some of our customer’s highlights over the past year

Consultant Connect
Have expanded their services to cover over 38 million patients across the UK, supporting more NHS areas to reduce RTT waiting times, and making the Teladoc myStrength programme (for emotional wellness or Mental Health support) available to NHS areas.
ET Planning
A South Down’s homeowner saved £27,000 in CIL Liability thanks to the persistence and proactive nature of the ET Planning team.
Atkins Global
Buckinghamshire Council has awarded an 8-year contract to Atkins – a member of the SNC-Lavalin Group – to provide design and professional services for the county’s highways. The contract will run from 1 April 2023, when the current Transport for Buckinghamshire arrangements come to an end.
Quantum Motion
In a major step forward for mass characterisation of quantum devices made on a silicon chip our team has demonstrated how 1024 quantum dots, fabricated in a commercial semiconductor foundry and occupying an area of less than 0.1mm² can be measured within just 12 minutes. This is at least 100 times faster than the state-of-the-art, which can take 24 hours or longer to read the equivalent number of dots.

Music At Oxford
Have outperformed themselves again this year, running many successful music concerts in and around Oxford. They are also working with the Estonian Embassy in London to present a festival that will showcase the life and music of Arvo Pärt.

June 29th 2023

Advice from Emergency Consultants one phone call away – NHS Tayside Health Board five years on

Consultant connect Advice from Emergency Consultants one phone call away – NHS Tayside Health Board five years on

February 8th 2023

One St Aldates – The Ideal Serviced Office for Your Business

Whether you’re a start-up or an established business One St Aldates serviced offices has everything you need to succeed

July 22nd 2019

Finalists for the Oxford Trust Enterprise Awards 2019 announced

An online learning platform, a more affordable satellite system and a new biopsy triaging technology have all been shortlisted for the finals of The Oxford Trust’s Enterprise Awards 2019.