The BBC Partners with CSS (Europe) Limited to deliver an asset management solution to meet the organisations specific cataloguing requirements, providing features and functionality to enable precise storage location management, auditing, and reporting of BBC's 7 million media assets.
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North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service
North Yorkshire Fire & Rescue Service transforms the way their critical everyday assets are managed and maintained through the use of the Pro-Cloud BlueLight platform and its advanced barcoding procedures.
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The Calderdale Community Equipment Loan Store is a partnership between Calderdale Council and the NHS in the Calderdale borough. The service is available to provide the community with a wide range of equipment to help people live more independently in their homes.
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Cornwall County Council's previous asset management system had come to end of contract life, they felt that the current platform provider did not offer the granularity, functionality and reliability Cornwall now requires to track and manage assets. Following an OJEU tender process CSS and their Pro-Cloud solution were awarded as the preferred supplier.
To read more about Cornwall County Council's transition process to the Pro-Cloud asset management solution click here.
County Durham and Darlington Fire and Rescue Service
Pro-Cloud BlueLight was developed to suit the asset and fleet management needs of the modern fire and rescue service. Right from initial discovery meetings with CDDFRS every aspect of their service and requirements were taken onboard. CDDFRS needed increased control of their assets and a full audit trail of tasks and tests completed, with safety and asset efficiency being at the forefront. Our On-boarding Team got to work, configuring the Pro-Cloud BlueLight platform to suit. The solution was initially implemented into three pilot stations and is continually being rolled out across the remaining twelve stations throughout their service. To read more click here.
TCES Community brings cost reductions to the NHS and Local Authorities
There is clear evidence that the recycling of equipment by local authorities (and their NHS partners) can significantly reduce the cost of providing these services to individuals and potentially support services to more for less. Recycling can also reduce waiting times for the provision of equipment, leading to increased customer satisfaction. To read more click here.