UK hospital system saves big by switching to UC.

Worcestershire Acute Hospitals trust replaces outdated phone system, saves £300,000 annually.

 By VoipPlanet.com Staff | Posted Feb 17, 2011
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"John Thornbury, director of ICT for Worcestershire Acute Hospitals trust, says the local NHS is saving £300,000 annually through replacing an outdated BT FeatureNet telephone service with a unified communications system from the same supplier," writes Guardian.co.uk's S.A. Mathieson.

"Thornbury said the savings were boosted through use of Microsoft Outlook, under the NHS's since-expired enterprise-wide agreement, and through the co-operation of BT," Mathieson writes.

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