Case Studies | Huddle

Poltimore House Trust

Collaboration across a network of volunteers and trustees.

Poltimore House, one of England’s great historic estates, was built in 1560. It has had many owners over the years and has served as a school, a hospital and a nursing home. Following its sale by the NHS in 1975, it was neglected and even vandalized. The Poltimore House Trust bought the estate in 2000 and began a project to restore it to its original state.

PiXL Club

PiXL Club is a collaboration of school leaders headed by Sir John Rowling. They’re a not for profit organisation that focuses on supporting and developing the GCSE results of thousands of students in the UK. It currently has over 650 secondary schools involved in the scheme, providing them with resources to help improve students’ results. 

Panasonic

Panasonic Europe is part of the Global Panasonic Corporation, founded in 1918 when Japanese industrial pioneer Konosuke Matsushita started a small business manufacturing home electrical products.

OptaSense

OptaSense creates distributed fiber sensing solutions, providing valuable data to customers worldwide. The OptaSense system is designed to detect, classify and locate potential threats to buried pipelines. It has been deployed successfully across the globe and the organization has operations in more than 20 countries.

Ofsted - raising standards and improving lives

Ofsted is the Office for Standards in Education, Children’s Services and Skills. The government agency reports directly to Parliament and is independent and impartial. Ofsted inspects and regulates services that care for children and young people, and those providing education and skills for learners of all ages.

Effective inspection is a key tool in raising standards and improving lives – and therefore it lies at the heart of Ofsted’s ethos and activities.

NHS Camden CCG

Camden CCG is an independent statutory body, governed by members who are the GP practices in their area. The CCG has control of Camden’s healthcare budget and ‘buys’ local healthcare services on behalf of the local population. This includes most hospital services and community-based services like blood testing and physiotherapy

NHS 24

NHS 24 is Scotland’s national Telehealth and Telecare organisation and works in close partnership with all of Scotland’s health boards. It develops, provides and facilitates an expanding range of multichannel, patient centred, safe and effective Telehealth and Telecare services for patients, carers and citizens across Scotland.

NHS 24 case study

Ministry of Justice

Ministry of Justice UK achieves multi-agency collaboration

The Ministry of Justice is one of the largest UK government departments, employing around 76,000 people (including those in the Probation Service), with a budget of approximately £9 billion. Each year, millions of people use the Ministry’s services across the UK, including 500 courts and tribunals, and 133 prisons in England and Wales.

Megger

Megger designs and manufactures portable electric test equipment. The company’s products have helped customers all over the world to reduce costs and extend the life of apparatus. Megger’s products also help to anticipate equipment failure and future performance through trending and analysis. The company has offices all over the world and its manufacturing plants are located in the UK, Sweden, Germany and the USA.

NHS Stockport CCG

 

When SharePoint failed, Huddle stepped in

NHS Stockport CCG is an NHS clinical commissioning group made up of the 50 General Practices in Stockport. NHS Stockport CCG has responsibility for commissioning health and care services on behalf of patients registered with Stockport GPs.

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