Case Studies

We’re really proud to have these organisations as clients. Click on the links below to see how we have helped them achieve their business outcomes.

Medical Research Network

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The Medical Research Network (MRN) is a unique clinical trial support organisation offering nursing focused patient recruitment & retention solutions globally for clinical trials. Headquartered in the UK & now with a North American operation, the MRN offers Site Nurse Support and Home Trial Support services across the globe. “PM3time is very easy to use […]

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Bank of Tokyo

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The Bank of Tokyo and Mitsubishi in London needed to to update their Software Delivery Lifecycle and align it with their corporate Project Delivery Lifecycle, including looking at ways of improving their test management and release management approaches.

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Whitbread IT

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Whitbread recognised that they had under invested in IT for many years, and urgently needed to bring their infrastructure, processes and ways-of-working up to date. They launched an IT Transformation programme to achieve this.

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Willmott Dixon

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Willmott Dixon is one of the UK’s best known brands in the built environment. Founded in 1852, the company is headed by Group Chief Executive Rick Willmott, the fifth generation of the family to lead the business. Its operations extend through Capital Works, Construction, Regeneration and Support Services across the private and public sectors.

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NHS Warrington & Halton Hospitals

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Warrington and Halton Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust provides excellent health care services across the towns of Warrington, Runcorn and Widnes and surrounding areas. The Trust uses PM3 to underpin its Cost Improvement Programme

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NHS North West London

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The NHS is undergoing significant change in the way it manages the delivery of services. Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCG) are now responsible for arranging emergency and urgent care services within their boundaries, and run a large number of projects and programmes simultaneously to ensure they can achieve good health outcomes for the local population that they serve.

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