Integrator InTechnology has signed a deal with the Healthcare Facilities Consortium (HFC) to supply its Push To Experience (PTX) technology to the NHS.
The technology was unveiled at the end of 2008, and is aimed at remote workers that need to remain in close contact with others at the touch of a button.
Richard Quine, director of product management for InTechnology, said in a statement on the firm's web site: “Working with HFC will give us direct access to over 600 healthcare trusts.”
Martin Fagin, chief executive of HFC said in the same statement: “PTX is an extremely innovative product which has the potential to make a huge difference.”
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