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At Adaro Software we have over 15 years experience in building IT solutions with integration requirements at the core.
The solutions we have built encompass internal integration (linking back office systems together with client/customer facing systems) as well as external systems (exchanging information securely with customer, partner and supplier systems).
In the Commercial sector our clients range from major organisations such as , Unichem and GrandVision as well as small businesses such as Opticianet and Clearlab.
In the Public sector our local government clients range from large City Councils such as Sheffield City Council as well as smaller District Councils such as Rother District Council.
The responsiveness of the Adaro support teams during the development, accreditation and deployment of Safetynet+ cannot be faulted; it is largely down to their dedication that we have such a powerful practitioner tool at our disposal.
One of the advantages of working with Adaro Software on integration is that they can provide the kind of partnership working that delivers results. They understand and support our overall strategy. We tell them what the underlying databases are behind the systems and where our data resides in the Applications, and what we want to achieve and they have the software and expertise to deliver at a cost that is within our financial reach.
Adaro offer an excellent performing adaptor solution in which we have high confidence that it will meet all of our local requirements. It is achievable in both financial and human resource terms. It is a product which is fit for purpose and is useable in a local authority setting.
We are proud to work with Adaro Software to enable Sheffield City Council and the NROSH, as well as other organizations, to take advantage of their existing data systems to better protect their residents.