Webroster customers to benefit from extended portfolio of care-focused solutions via Access Workspace platform
The Access Group continues its large-scale expansion with the acquisition of Webroster, a provider of software for the care industry. The software specialist is adding Webroster to its Access Workspace platform to help it expand its Health and Social Care Division. Webroster, which was founded in 2002, is used by over 330 customers across the UK helping them to manage workforce scheduling and support the delivery of quality care.
Steve Sawyer, Managing Director for Health and Social Care, Access Group: “We’re committed to delivering leading edge technology for care providers, from rostering and electronic care planning, through to compliance and medication management, apps for care workers and family and call monitoring. Now, with the acquisition of Webroster, we welcome even more organisations into the Access Health and Social Care division, deepening our expertise and expanding our ability to offer providers the freedom to deliver outstanding care.”
Nigel Gittins, CEO and founder, Webroster: “We are excited about the future that Webroster will have in the Access Health and Social Care business. When we saw how our customers could significantly benefit from the extended portfolio of (care-focused) solutions that Access can deliver on the Access Workspace platform, we saw an excellent opportunity to take the business forward as part of The Access Group. By integrating Webroster with Access’ leading digital care management, eMAR, care compliance, learning management and other business software through Workspace, our clients will benefit from a broader suite of products to allow them to focus on delivering the best care possible.”