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SynApps Receives Platinum Status From EMC

SynApps Solutions is delighted to announce it has received confirmation from its key technology partner EMC that the company, its content management solutions and its services have all achieved the highest partner quality rating EMC can offer.

‘Platinum’ level accreditation for 2015 has been awarded to the company based on revenue, EMC training, and speciality achievements accrued over the last 12 months.

This is significant given the close relationship between the two parties, with the vendor’s award-winning Documentum Enterprise Content Management (ECM) platform, being core to what SynApps does.

It is, for example, the basis for the EMC-certified SynApps’ ConXOffice and ConXMail content management solutions which provide a seamless Microsoft Office user experience for Enterprise Content Management users.

It is also the basis for the company’s push into the healthcare market in the shape of SynApps’ work with its Vendor Neutral Archive (VNA) content system, already helping a score of UK hospitals better deal with patient imagery and data, which recently evolved into the SynApps’ Clinical Content Store.

SynApps Receives Product Stamp Of Approval From IT Giant EMC

Content management leader SynApps Solutions confirms certification from its technology partner EMC for its ConXOffice and ConXMail content management solutions

Maidenhead, UK, 23 March, 2015 – Content management leader SynApps Solutions has received confirmation from key technology partner EMC that SynApps’ ConXOffice and ConXMail content management solutions are fully certified by the IT leader.

The certification process is based on a rigorous validation process by EMC Proven Professionals for functional completeness, performance and scalability – meaning any EMC-trained IT professional can now have full confidence in these solutions, says the partner.

Through the use of ConXMail, knowledge workers are empowered to work with Microsoft Outlook © as usual but now have seamless access to the Corporate repository through the same user interface. Users are able to drag and drop emails and attached documents into the Corporate repository, full Read and Update functionality is also provided for documents thus alleviating the need to utilise another client application. ConXMail allows an organisation to meet the ever changing and challenging requirements of their business ensuring appropriate information and business rules are applied when storing email messages and attachments into the repository, whilst also validating any metadata entered by the user

At the same time, integrating Enterprise Content Management features directly into the Microsoft Office © interfaces, ConXOffice empowers knowledge workers with full Create, Review, Update and Delete (CRUD) functionality that allows them complete control over relevant business documents using common applications which they use on a daily basis. ConXOffice provides users access to the underlying repository directly from within the following desktop productivity tools; Microsoft Word ©, Microsoft Excel ©, Microsoft Powerpoint © , Microsoft Project, Microsoft Publisher and Microsoft Visio

These transformative solutions have been validated by EMC Proven Professional Certified Architects in order to achieve the EMC Certified designation. Certified for functional completeness, these solutions reduce risk and unexpected costs, while delivering faster time-to-value and easy scalability. Rigorous architectural review ensures lower TCO, optimized performance and scalability, meanwhile.

“We are honoured to have received this accreditation,” added SynApps Solutions’ Managing Director, Jim Whitelaw.

“It is very satisfying that our efforts to provide a seamless Microsoft Office user experience for Enterprise Content Management via ConXOffice and ConXMail have been recognised by as important an enterprise IT vendor as EMC.”

About SynApps
SynApps is an independent services and solutions company specialising in Enterprise Content Management (ECM) technologies. Founded in 2003 by former Documentum services professionals, the company provides consultancy, implementation and support services for EMC Documentum, and has authored a suite of content integration solutions, ConXApps, that allow businesses to quickly maximise their investment in ECM technologies.
Organisations across healthcare, government and commercial markets rely on SynApps solutions and services to capture and share knowledge more dynamically and efficiently.
Find out more at www.synapps-solutions.com, or follow the firm on Twitter @SynAppsSol

CIO of Liverpool Women’s NHS Foundation Trust is Key Presenter at PACS Repatriation Event

Maidenhead, UK – February 25th, 2014 – The SynApps healthcare team has today announced the line up for its PACS Repatriation event in Peterborough on March 24th.

The event will be opened by Neil Taylor a 20-year veteran of the NHS and a former NHS CEO.  Neil will be joined by David Walliker, CIO of Liverpool Women’s NHS Foundation Trust, David Burns from NHS Supply Chain and SynApp’s Mark Winstone.

March 24th, Peterborough – 0930-1:00pm  ‘PACS Repatriation – Underway? Completed? Not off the block yet? 

The Great Northern Hotel, 
Station Approach, Peterborough,
Cambridgeshire PE1 1QL

 

  • Join like-minded healthcare and IT professionals for a morning that charts the    benefits of a common platform approach to VNA and XDS solutions and demystifies the options available, the opportunities and the challenges
  • Hear from real VNA practitioners and learn from their experiences and enjoy a complimentary lunch.

Registration for this event is now open.  Email Gary.Britnell@synapps-solutions.com for a copy of the agenda and to book your place.

 

Liverpool’s James Norman to Present at the SynApps VNA Event

Maidenhead – Feb 17th, 2014 – SynApps has finalised the agenda for its VNA event on March 17th to be held at the Foresight Centre in Liverpool starting at 0930.

The event follows the very successful format delivered last year at the Kings Fund in London – The Journey from VNA Repatriation via EDM to Content Sharing (XDS)

The day begins with registration at 0930 and includes speakers such as Neil Taylor, James Norman from the Royal Liverpool, Mark Winstone and Rory Dennis from NHS Supply Chain.

James Norman, director of IT at Royal Liverpool will present his talk entitled ‘An EPR Odyssey & Collaborative Big Data Initiatives’ and will be followed by SynApps’s Mark Winstone speaking on ‘The Journey from VNA to Cross Document Sharing’.

The event ends with a complimentary lunch at 1:00pm.

Register to attend this free event today.  Email Gary.Britnell@synapps-solutions.co.uk

SynApps Announces 2 new PACS Repatriation Event Dates

Maidenhead, Feb 6th, 2014 – The SynApps healthcare team is taking to the road and delivering two new PACS and VNA events in March.

Following last year’s very successful events at the Kings Fund in London –

‘PACS Repatriation – Underway? Completed? Not off the block yet? and ‘The journey from VNA Repatriation via EDM to Content Sharing (XDS) – the team will repackage that format in two new venues to held in Peterborough and Liverpool.

Registration for the Liverpool event (March 17th) which focuses on the Journey from VNA Repatriation via EDM to Content Sharing (XDS) and for the Peterborough event (March 24th) are now open.  Email Gary.Britnell@synapps-solutions.com to book your place.

More details here

 

 

Dec 6th, Webinar : The Journey from VNA Repatriation via EDM to Content Sharing (XDS)

Join Mark Winstone and the SynApps healthcare team for this 30-minute webinar on December 6th at 2:30 GMT to discuss the journey from VNA repatriation via EDM to Content Sharing (XDS).

This is a re-run of Mark’s talk which he recently presented at the King’s Fund London event, ‘The Pacs Repatriation Journey‘.

Join like-minded healthcare and IT professionals for a webinar that charts VNAs, and demystifies the options available, the opportunities and the challenges.

Register now

Kings Fund – October 15th – Unveiling Sectra Open Archive with SynApps VNA

On Tuesday, October 15th SynApps, Sectra, EMC Documentum and NHS Supply Chain will gather to present ‘PACS Repatriation – Underway? Completed? Not off the block yet? – and use the event to unveil the Sectra Open Archive with SynApps VNA.

The event targets NHS Trusts irrespective of where they are in their PACS repatriation process and will discuss the options available and unveil the opportunities to move to an Interim or Trust-wide Vendor Neutral Archive (VNA).

Attendees will also hear from Kingston Hospital NHS Foundation Trust on its decisin to deploy Sectra Open Archive with SynApps VNA and join discussions on the considerations for cross document sharing, XDS and XCA.

EMC Documentum’s Jean VanVuuren will present an optional post-lunch presentation entitled ‘Towards a Trust-Wide VNA’.

Nubmers are limited for this event. To book your place please email Gary Britnell (gary.britnell@synapps-solutions.com)