Move to SunSystems streamlines processes for Greenbrook Healthcare
Case Study: Infor SunSystems
Greenbrook Healthcare is a provider of high quality NHS primary care across London and the home counties. Its services span Urgent Care Centres, Walk-in Centres, GP Practices, as well as some traditional community healthcare and hospital outpatient activities.
Greenbrook has a proven track record in taking over or starting new services and raising standards by offering NHS patients and commissioners services which are more accessible, efficient and consistently of high quality.
After a competitive tender process, Castle Computer Services completed the installation of SunSystems version 6. Siva Selliah, Financial Controller at Greenbrook, led the project. He said:
“As an expanding organisation we wanted a system that would meet the needs of our growth plans. It was fundamental that any new system should be cost effective, as well as having the capacity to cope with large amounts of data.
“The move to SunSystems version 6 has really streamlined all of our processes and introduced much greater control of payments and invoice processing. We now have reports that allow teams to quickly see outstanding invoices at an operational level across all of our customer groups.
“Management accounts, balance sheets and reports for the Board can be produced at the click of a button and can be easily upgraded to incorporate any adjustments or additional data.
“Many of our doctors and nurses operate on a self-employed basis and every month over 200 invoices had to be processed manually. This used to be a hugely time consuming task but is now done really quickly and easily. Data is automatically uploaded and processed, saving valuable hours of work.
“We chose Castle to implement the upgrade after an extensive tendering exercise. I had some previous experience of working with them and we trusted their commitment to delivering a speedy, technical implementation. They lived up to their promise and everything was delivered smoothly and on time.”