Continuing to develop...at no additional cost
Continuous development is a key priority at Liquidlogic. Speaking about the importance of product refreshes, David Grigsby, Managing Director at Liquidlogic, says: "We are proud that we have never had to force our customers into an expensive platform change. Instead we constantly refresh the product, using agile and continuous development in easy to deploy releases provided under our support service."
The Liquidlogic platform is and always has been:
- Built for the web
Using open web-stack technologies and standards to deliver lightweight, flexible, client agnostic systems which can be deployed to users and shared with ease.
- Scalable and available
Using a multi-tiered architecture with proven integration across customer environments, infrastructures and hosting solutions (cloud, hybrid and on-premise).
- Using enterprise class web platforms and components
Including industry-standard technologies from Oracle, Apache Software Foundation, Google and Microsoft.
- Open and widely accessible across devices and networks
From tablets to laptops, from mobile broadband connections to enterprise-class dedicated lines, from public-accessible internet facing portals to private services linked through secure government and NHS networks.
Through our wide range of secure API's and interfaces, our support for open web standards (such as OpenID Connect) and through important industry-standards like NHS ITK and OpenHR.
- Connected with Health
With live PDS and CP-IS integration, interfaces to shared care records such as Graphnet CareCentric, HealthCare Gateway & Connecting Care; and live interfaces to hospital systems for admission & discharge notification
- Flexible and extensible
Using web technologies to drive integration and innovation with wider platforms and services (such as Microsoft Azure, Cloudflare services and Google Analytics).
Grigsby concludes: "Customers access our services in a variety of ways, some via our cloud service, others via services such as Microsoft Azure, and some deploy in their own Council data centre. It really is a question of choice and we believe it is important to give Councils that choice. The technical platform must pass muster, but the most important factor is the experience of the end users."