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Significant enhancements to Liquidlogic Children’s Social Care System

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Liquidlogic is pleased to announce the release of Version 8 of the Children’s Social Care system laterthis month.

With this release come a number of new and noteworthyfeatures including a refreshed look and feel, new genogram functionality andthe ability to create family plans. Further updates to the adoptions module andenhancements to copying and print have all been included following feedbackfrom customers. Version 8 also allows greater flexibility with some new systemconfiguration options.

Joint User Testing has proven very successful with positivefeedback from all test sites.

Gail Hall, ICT Senior Application Support for Telford &Wrekin Council is more than happy with the new features, “We recentlyparticipated in Joint User Testing for Version 8 of the Children’s Social Caresystem and have had some very positive results, from both the systems team andpractitioners. The overall look and feel of the system has been updated and ourpractitioners believe this has improved the flow of information. The system isnow even more intuitive and the changes really make sense.” Gail believes thatVersion 8 will be adopted into the wider social care team easily. “After arelatively short period of time we have all got used to the new system andcrucially, our response times are good.”

Graham Hatton, Senior Systems Support Officer at St HelensCouncil agrees, “We’re looking forward to the release of Version 8, having hada chance to test it recently. The group of practitioners who tested the systemwere very positive about the changes to the way it looks and feels and wereparticularly impressed with the new genogram functionality.”

Liquidlogic will be running a number of roadshows and seriesof Web-Ex sessions to familiarise customers with the new features.

For more information please contact marketing@liquidlogic.co.uk

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