Selenity saves NHS £33m a year with Expenses Management technology

Solution now used by 67% of NHS trusts

Selenity - formerly Software Europe - celebrated its 10-year anniversary working with the NHS to help save money with its Expenses Management cloud technology.

In that time Selenity has grown to support more than 67% of the NHS workforce, processing over £250m of NHS workforce expenses for its 200 customers each year.

Selenity’s first NHS customer, Basildon and Thurrock University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, remains to this day, and has seen the technology develop and evolve into one of the most-customisable solutions available, enabling the NHS and Selenity’s customers to collectively save more than £33m each year.

“Technology has come a long way in the 10 years we’ve been working with the NHS, but the challenges for the health service have remained consistent – how to deliver the best levels of care, support and services as a cost-effective use of the taxpayers’ money,” said Deborah Saunby, chief sales officer at Selenity.

“Now, more than ever, technology can play a role in helping finance and HR teams within NHS organisations to save money. We've seen a huge uptake in terms of our Expenses Mobile app, which provides a quick and easy way to manage your expenses from your phone.”

As a provider of fast, innovative and configurable cloud technologies that reduce costs, increase efficiency and ensure compliance to HR and finance, Selenity has developed and evolved into a market-leading supplier of expenses automation to the NHS.

Since winning its first customer in 2007, its NHS Expenses technology has grown and expanded to include a sophisticated mobile application, an advanced reporting suite, along with a unique duty of care module to ensure driver safety.

“Our continued investment in our cloud technology, our customers, and our vision to transform organisations and empower people through cloud technologies, anytime, any place and on any device, has meant we’re seen by our customers as an essential part of their day-to-day working processes,” said Selenity’s chief executive, Neil Everatt.

“We’re always looking for the next big opportunity to make NHS Expenses even better, and working so closely with our NHS customers over the last 10 years has helped us understand how they work and subsequently fine tune our developments to suit their needs.”

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