SmartSurvey, the Tewkesbury-based provider of digital survey solutions, has won a three-year contract to supply survey and consultation software to the General Medical Council (GMC).
The GMC, an independent organisation, is the official register of medical practitioners within the United Kingdom. They collect information about the medical profession and the organisations where doctors practise and train. Research that the GMC collects, via online surveys, helps to make sure that policies and decisions are based on evidence.
Mo Naser, Director at SmartSurvey, said: “The GMC will be using our online platforms to collect feedback from external and internal stakeholders. We offer high levels of security and assurances that data is stored and backed up within the UK and not transmitted outside the EU, something our competitors do not offer.”
Paul Buckley, Director of Strategy and Communication at the GMC, added: The General Medical Council has thousands of stakeholders. In this complex environment, we can only be effective by listening and involving them in our work – and an easy-to-use digital platform is key to making that happen. SmartSurvey’s user-friendly surveys and consultation platform will transform the way that we engage with doctors, patients and employers.”