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The Capital Bidding Process

First of all, what exactly is the “capital bidding process“? Essentially this is the process which starts with someone requesting the purchase of a medical device and ends with the commissioning of whatever is purchased. The term may be somewhat of a...

GDPR & The New Website

Due to the new GDPR regulations we have not only updated our website’s design but have also updated our Privacy Policy, Contact Us form and added a new area to the website to sign up to our newsletter. Signing up to our newsletter confirms that you have read the...

Tri-State Checkboxes

Checkboxes are used to record Boolean, or yes/no values. You will have seen them all over e-Quip and many other Windows applications that you use. Most often these are 2-state values, i.e. yes or no. In the example below, the battery was checked but not reconditioned...

Multiple-Selection Lookups

Although the lookup control has always had internal support for multiple selections, the e-Quip client has never taken advantage of this. From version 3.7.8 this feature is now available within e-Quip. While this is not appropriate for every lookup there are several...

The 2018 EBME Seminar

It’s that time of year again. Please drop by and visit Sarah, Phil and Jack on our stand C2 at the 2018 EBME Seminar, Milton Keynes. They’ll be happy to show you all of the new features that have been added since last...

2017 and all that!

And so, as the Great-tit of time nibbles through the Gold Top of eternity, and the unseen mouse droppings of fate nestle in the crunchy fruit-and-nut muesli of destiny, I can’t help but notice that 2018 is almost upon us. (with apologies to Humph). Perhaps now...

3.7.6. Has been Released

Version 3.7.6 is now on general release. The headline feature in this release is the interactive dashboard, which you can read about here in the article about the user-group meeting. The dashboard is fully documented in the Help but it’s a bit too long to...

Philips Biomed Conference, 2017

As usual, we will be attending the annual Philips Biomed Conference this year, or the National Biomedical and Clinical Engineering Conference, 2017, to give it its official name. Philips are branding this as the “20th” and those of you who have known us...