The awards seek out the best providers of products and services to the care sector in the UK, with judges looking for evidence of innovation, enterprise and performance.
Unique IQ received recognition for how its care management software is paving the way for digital transformation in the care sector, helping to improve care standards and supporting frontline care staff.
Unique IQ was also named one of just three contenders for the overall Grand Prix gold award for Outstanding Care Sector Supplier.
David Lynes, Managing Director of Unique IQ, said of the award: “It is a huge honour to be recognised as a star supplier to the care industry, particularly in such a challenging year. The team has worked exceptionally hard to make sure the care organisations relying on our software have the tools they need to deliver timely and responsive care to people who need it, so this means a lot to all of us at Unique IQ.”
Unique IQ’s care management software enables home care organisations to plan, manage and monitor all aspects of their care delivery. From making sure the right carer sees the right person at the right time, to understanding how the needs of those cared for are met, Unique IQ’s technology is relied upon by more than 200 home care providers.
The Care Sector Supplier Awards took place with a virtual lunchtime presentation, hosted by the voice of Strictly Come Dancing and the National Lottery, Alan Dedicoat. Across eight categories, the awards celebrated the best service and supplier companies who look after their customers in the care sector through diligence, innovation, great customer service and proven business performance.
Unique IQ was founded in 2003 by managing director David Lynes, to address the pain points inherent in managing a mobile or remote workforce.