The UK’s leading dental software solutions provider, Agilio Software, launches its brand-new dental-specific asset management tool, iService.
It is designed to significantly reduce costs and minimise potential safety risks associated with the maintenance of dental assets.
The latest addition to Agilio’s rapidly growing product portfolio, iService, is a comprehensive cloud-based application.
It was developed to completely revolutionise how dental groups manage their fixed assets from onboarding to fault reporting and servicing.
With the new asset management software, dental organisations of various sizes will benefit from instant access to a single-point, comprehensive overview of all their assets across multiple sites including their age, cost, and projected end of life.
This one-stop-shop solution by Agilio aims to cover dental-specific asset management needs whilst providing a valuable tool for forward-planning and financial forecasting.
Recognising the impact lack of servicing and maintenance of dental equipment could have on operational efficiencies including the surgery time lost, the product development team at Agilio focused on developing a platform that will cater to the needs of dental practices with features.
This includes centralised fault reporting and tracking, a servicing calendar to prepare for surgery downtime, and online document servicing history to meet compliance needs.
Agilio’s chief executive officer, Neil Laycock, commented: ‘Resources are already stretched for practice owners and dental groups. So when key, expensive equipment breaks down, the financial impact can be huge in terms of lost revenue and repair or replacement costs.
‘This is why we have created a digital asset management platform that gives practices a powerful tool to manage assets across their estate and improve their efficiencies whilst reducing potential health and safety risks.
‘We believe Iservice will be a real game-changer for dentistry.’
Agilio Software provides the dental, primary care, and hospital sectors with a range of technology solutions, with a long-term vision of bringing the three sectors together to share knowledge and technology to allow healthcare professionals to thrive and succeed.