Email and SMS automation for NHS

Email and SMS automation for NHS

A secure solution for healthcare providers to digitally engage with patients and staff

e-shot is available on the G-Cloud 12 framework

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Digital engagement at scale

The challenge 

The delivery of digital experiences and information through websites and apps is at the heart of modernising healthcare provision. Driving adoption of these experiences requires an ongoing effort to raise awareness. Email and SMS offer the best channels to achieve this with a combination of newsletters and more targeted communications. 

How e-shot can help 

e-shot is trusted by public sector organisations to deliver branded messaging at scale. It can be used by healthcare organisations to automate messaging based on data variables and events, reducing the burden on internal resources to manually orchestrate campaigns and notifications.  

With the highest data protection and security standards, e-shot gov is our dedicated solution for public sector organisations. 

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Case study

The Education and Skills Funding Agency

"As a government department we are held to a higher standard. Our ability to ensure that our audience receives the right information at the right time, that their data is accurate and secure and we provide a ‘single source of truth’ are the cornerstones to our communication strategy. And e-shot is key in making that happen."      

The environment is fast paced and it is essential that consistent communications can be created and signed off quickly and easily by multiple teams and authors. The ease and sophistication of the messages that can be built with e-shot fulfils this requirement.  

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early market engagement

Early-market engagement

We welcome the opportunity to consult with public sector organisations who are looking to improve their digital communications. Our team can help and advise on a range of topics and are happy to provide advice on planned campaigns and procurement exercises.

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