After successful piloting in Kenya, eRedbook is poised for rollout in Cyprus.
Sitekit has been piloting the eRedbook (the digital version of the paper red book given to all new parents to manage their child’s health between the age of 0 and 5) in Kenya, working with the Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Families Association (SSAFA) – the Armed Forces charity that employs health visitors to supply services to families with children....Read more
The eRedbook has been officially mandated to help address disparate health outcomes as part of the Mayor of London’s Health Inequality Strategy.
Sitekit’s eRedbook – the digital version of the paper red book given to all new parents to manage their child’s health between the age of 0 and 5, has been officially included in the Mayor of London’s Health Inequality Strategy. The Mayor’s inequality strategy forms part of Sadiq Khan’s plans unveiled earlier this year to reduce inequalities across London....Read more
The eRedbook rollout continues in London, Lancashire and the South West.
eRedbook, the digital version of the paper red book given to all new parents to manage their child’s health between the age of 0 and 5, will continue to be rolled out in England with the new £1m ePCHR accelerator. The aim is to launch or accelerate the adoption of the eRedbook in London, Lancashire and the South West. Sitekit will continue to set the standard for interoperability infrastructure in England, having been commissioned to experiment with three different deployment models and infrastructure setups....Read more
In a night of convivial dinner, networking and celebration Sitekit’s founder and CEO Campbell Grant has been recognised for his outstanding achievement in business leadership at this year’s Scottish Life Sciences Dinner and Annual Awards.
Scotland's Life Sciences Dinner & Annual Awards recognise and celebrate the outstanding achievements of the individuals, companies and research organisations that constitute Scotland’s internationally-recognised life sciences sector over the past twelve months....Read more
Following on from several years of research and development projects in Identity and Access Management (IAM) for digital health platforms, Sitekit identified secure cloud-based digital identities as the fundamental requirement for integrated, joined-up digital services.
Over the course of 2015-17 Sitekit delivered successful proof-of-concept work that validated technologies and market need. Early in 2017 Sitekit’s Identity Business Unit was formed to exploit this success, with the ambition of becoming Identity and Access Management (IAM) market leaders in the UK by 2020....Read more
Sitekit has successfully renewed its Gold Partner membership with Microsoft, allowing us to continue to deliver ground-breaking cloud solutions using Microsoft’s Azure B2C platform....Read more
eRedbook has demonstrated sufficient innovation, imagination and ambition in digital transformation to be shortlisted as a finalist for the Going Paperless Project of the Year award.
eRedbook, the digital version of the paper red book given to all new parents to manage their child’s health between the age of 0 and 5, has been shortlisted as a finalist for this year’s Paperless awards: a unique event held to honour and encourage digital progress, recognise achievement and spread best practice in digital transformation within public sector organisations....Read more
Helping you stay compliant and secure with new customisation features.
Sitekit is pleased to announce the release of version 11.1 of our content management system: Sitekit CMS. Over the coming weeks the update will be rolled out across our hosting platform to all our CMS users, ensuring all customers are upgraded to the latest version. As always, we have incorporated ideas and feedback sent to us from across our user base....Read more
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On 30 November 2017 we held an office opening party with our clients, partners and staff to officially welcome them to our new Edinburgh office, which is approximately twice as large as our old Edinburgh office and offers improved facilities. As this was St. Andrew’s Day, the party had a Scottish theme with matching entertainment; Scottish music and games like ‘Guess the Tartan’ and ‘Guess the Whisky’.
The photos at the bottom of this post, taken by our Development Manager Duncan McLean, give an impression of the unique atmosphere on the night. We had an excellent time and felt honoured to share this moment in our company’s history with so many of our friends and colleagues in digital innovation. Thank you all!...Read more
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Foundation Apprenticeships in Software Development
Last year we announced our participation in the co-design of the Foundation Apprenticeship (FA) in Software Development. The apprenticeship, a school-based preparatory vocational course, was developed in response to the Commission for Developing Scotland's Young Workforce Final Report 'Education Working For All'....Read more
2017 continues to be a successful year of growth for Sitekit, with a record order book, recruitment campaign and move to larger premises in Edinburgh underway.
As an ambitious innovator in the digital sector, Sitekit is leading the rollout of the eRedbook in London, with other regions becoming increasingly involved as the technology is proven. Sitekit also recently joined the DigitalHealth.London Accelerator and Phase 1 of the SBRI Cancer Innovation Challenge in Scotland....Read more
Working alongside the Accelerator’s experienced team of Digital Health (NHS) Navigators, we are looking forward to engaging with new parents and health organisations in London, to accelerate adoption and access to the eRedbook....Read more