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Council push to sell care

first_img Previous Article Next Article Related posts:No related photos. Comments are closed. Local authority wants law changed to enable it to sell its OH services tosmall-and medium-sized firmsNottinghamshire County Council is pressing for a change in the law to allowit to sell its OH services to local businesses. Personnel director Terry Gorman said there is strong demand from small- andmedium-sized enterprises, which cannot afford their own OH department, to buythe service from the council. “We cannot do work in the private sector,” said Gorman. “Wehave a first-rate OH service; we have been asked to provide that service toparts of the private sector, but we cannot.” Gorman is using his position as new president of the local governmentpersonnel managers’ body Socpo to press for a clause in the current Local GovernmentBill to permit such trading. This would bring councils into line with NHStrusts, many of which are providers of outsourced OH services to the privatesector. His call comes as Health Secretary Alan Milburn put pressure on more NHStrust OH departments to sell their services to local employers (see right). The RCN’s OH adviser Carol Bannister said Nottinghamshire council couldlearn from the Queen’s Medical Centre in Nottingham. “They have a hugenumber of contracts but they have always increased the number of staff. If theyget a new contract, they get a new nurse.” Pressure for change in local councils comes from the Best Value scheme,under which they must provide better value for money than the private sector.Socpo argues that it is unfair competition as the private providers can takelocal authority business, but not vice versa. Council push to sell careOn 1 Apr 2000 in Personnel Todaylast_img read more

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Delasport picks real-time marketing platform from Solitics

first_img Codere merges Italian fruit machine units forming CODWIN July 3, 2020 Related Articles Share Submit Share Mozzartbet sets sail in South America taking over Meridianbet Colombia July 22, 2020 Codere secures €250m credit lifeline on aggressive interest rates  July 14, 2020 Sports betting solutions provider Delasport has integrated the data management and marketing automation platform from Solitics.The deal will allow Delasport, whose website lists clients including 18Bet and 1Bet, to “harness the power of its data across all sources” and personalise the customer experience in real time.“With such a rich diversity of resources which combine a variety of different data sources, Solitics’ platform is a perfect match – enabling us to utilize all the data that we have on our players in real-time,” said Eli Moscovich, VP Strategic Partnerships Manager at Delasport. “We are looking forward to working with the experts behind this project.”Tomer Baumel, CEO at Solitics, added: “We are excited about the opportunity to work with Delasport on upcoming iGaming projects. Proven to be true leaders in the industry their software products stand out with extreme quality and innovation.”Baumel should already be familiar to the SBC News audience, having recently shared his seven key considerations for companies picking an automated marketing platform. These included the need to check your data infrastructure, find the correct data for punters, understand the complication of integrations and provide real-time data based responses.For Solitics, the Delasport deal comes just a month after it integrated the platform for Codere’s sport betting and casino operations in both Europe and Latin America. StumbleUponlast_img read more