Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) is a Technology Strategy Board (TSB) initiative that offers support and funding to help businesses develop new products and services and bring them closer to market. Using this initiative, LANE have teamed with The University of Portsmouth to develop products sharing key knowledge and expertise.

Dr Philip Scott, a senior lecturer in health informatics and chairman of HL7 UK, is the leading academic on behalf of The University of Portsmouth. Given his expertise and previous experience working with the NHS, Dr Scott is the perfect academic candidate for joining LANE on this venture.

LANE's KTP programme started early 2013, the progress has been speedy, with practices wishing to take part in the research and development pertinent to the new product software solution. This solution will be conceived by observing real issues at GP clinics and backed by academic research, allowing contributing surgeries to share their requirements, thus, helping to define and develop the next generation of clinical software.

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The company is an international producer and marketer of food, agriculture, financial and industrial products and services. Founded in 1800's, the privately held company employs just under 150,000 people in 67 countries.

We received instructions for Consolidation of their messaging processes on a single global platform, the group recognised its importance and chose to work with Lane to develop a global messaging solution, incorporating the latest technology to enable centralisation and virtualisation.

With the above in mind, the group will not only benefit from reduced costs and greater efficiencies but implementing a centralised, board-less FOIP messaging server will allow them to simplify the management of their organisation's messaging infrastructure, thus reducing resource costs.

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The UK's leading Electronic Medical Records (EMR) providers within Primary Care have commenced integration steps with Lane's Passport 4000 products, in order to support the NHS agenda, thus, moving towards a paperless environment by 2018.

Passport 4000 GPE & CDS Stream, not only supports the NHS agenda for technology, but also for compliance, security, reduced costs and increased capabilities by being able to send and receive interoperability tool kit (ITK) accredited messages.

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Hammersmith Hospital acknowledges the importance of a messaging solution that supports the NHS agenda, whilst ensuring a seamless migration, ensuring patient care is maintained to the highest order without being compromised.

The migration consolidates messaging processes from Secondary to Primary Care, thus, advancing previous systems with the most modern technology, enabling cost savings and efficiencies, along with increased capability, security and compliance.

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Working with international banks on a global level is an important part of Lane's business and has been since 1976. During July, Lane developed an integrated, customised advanced messaging solution, located in the Channel Islands.

The system, which is tailored specifically to the needs and requirements of the Bank, provides efficiencies for business reporting and auditing, along with advanced capabilities and reduced costs.

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