The busy pharmacy at Frimley Health is now operating even more effectively thanks to the Stredia software. Analysis has revealed that the integration of three formerly independent pharmacies is now operating with increased efficiency, greatly improving staff working lives. This has reduced staff frustrations and improved job satisfaction, improving overall motivation among staff.
We are delighted to announce that our Team and Organisational Analytics have been awarded a place on the UK Government’s G Cloud 9 framework.
The awarding of our place on the G Cloud framework reflects the continuing effort we put into meeting our customers’ need for efficiency savings. We look forward to helping our present and future government customers drive down their costs through the use of our cloud based analytics.
Use of the Stredia analytic has been instrumental in helping Frimley Park Hospital significantly reduce its costs and has become an integral part of its drive to continuously improve clinical excellence.
The analysis of reports generated by the analytic has resulted in greater effectiveness in several departments and enabled many incremental process innovations to be implemented.
Capita HR Solutions adopt the Stredia Organisational Diagnostic Tool
An intelligent organisational X-Ray, capturing real-time, business critical information
Background Capita are the UK’s leading HR Solutions provider with over 47,000 employees working in both Public & Private Sector. Capita were introduced to the Stredia Organisational Diagnostic Tool (ODT) and immediately recognised its potential value to the business.
Scope Capita used Stredia’s ODT to facilitate the internal restructure in their HR Solutions business.
Are You Moving the Levers or Reading the Dials?
Many organisations are now trying to mine their extensive data banks to analyse staff trends in order to make smarter business critical decisions. With 60% of costs in the IT sector attributed directly to staff for example, you can see why attention is drawn to these statistics. Everyone is trying to do more with the same number of staff if not fewer. But are firms looking in the wrong direction?