We have no loans or debt and the co-founders own 100% of the share capital. The two co-founders have over 70 years of pure I.T. experience as developers, designers and project managers working on national multi-million pound projects. We put our skills and our own personal funds into our project which we are passionate about and believe in. It's been a four year journey and we know "we are right".

We plan external investment when we have generated traction in our market and started creating revenue from advertising. We won't do that until we reach a number of users that is attractive to potential advertisers. We think about June 2017. If, however you would like to invest or talk to us before then, please get in touch at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

January 2017 will be a very busy month for us. We have 4 'partnership' meetings in which we hope to collaborate with some global healthcare providers. For some of these providers and charities, we will offer a profit share. As they bring more advertisers to the platform, they not only get free custom software but also a percentage of the advertising revenue. The future is looking good.

Our software is currently only available on Windows phone (1% global market share). We are however currently developing Android, IOS and UWP versions (including a minority report type Hololense interface for looking at documents attached to the patient record). Microsoft's recent announcement of 'Windows on ARM' and the 'connected PC' is exactly where we want to go as our software is a communications hub. Having a connection, ink, connectivity to the enterprise and security only makes it better.


We have started work on our pitch deck and the first few slides are below. If you would like to see more, just get in touch.








[1] Campion-Awaad O et al, 2014. The National Programme for IT in the NHS – A Case History, University of Cambridge

[2] Department Of Health – Independent commissioned report - Making IT work – 7 Sept 2016 - Professor Robert Wachter

[3] Dr Simon Kos, Chief Medical Officer and Senior Director, Worldwide Health, Microsoft

[4] crico - 2015: Malpractice Risks in Communication Failures

[5] Freedom of Information Request

[6] The British Infrastructure Group of MP’s – Mobile Coverage: A good call for Britain – Oct 2016 – Rt. Hon. Grant Shapps MP

If you would like to see more, just get in touch.