1Oct, 2019

iWeb Technologies selected as an Approved DOS4 supplier

1st October, 2019|

The Crown Commercial Service (CCS) has awarded iWeb Technologies a place as an approved DOS 4 supplier on the Digital Marketplace.

iWeb provides a wide range of services on the DOS4 framework across Lot 1 and Lot 2 – Digital Outcomes and Specialists including:

– Software development
– Architecture optimisation
– User Experience
– Analysis & Design
– Application Testing & Support

For more information please contact us at

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24Apr, 2015

New website launched

24th April, 2015|

We’re delighted to announce the launch of our new website

After several years we thought it was finally time to replace our current website with a more slicker website that is responsive and consolidates all our social activity in one place.

So what’s new?

For starters we have made our website compatible on smart devices including mobile browsers and tablet devices. What this means is that all our site visitors will be able to experience a more engaging user experience.

Improvements in content quality

Whilst we have completed adding “quality” content for now we will be continuing to refine and improve the quality of our content so that the information is clear and to the point without the danger of “waffle speak”. If you have ideas and would like to input and/or suggest feel free to contact us by clicking here.

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19Feb, 2015

Prestigious university appoints iWeb Technologies for UPEC 2015

19th February, 2015|

Staffordshire University are the proud hosts of the upcoming 2015 universities power engineering conference.

The conference provides engineers and academia from national and international universities a great platform to explore recent developments, current practices and future trends in Power Engineering. Because the 2015 conference will be the 50th Anniversary and a special occasion Staffordshire University have instructed iWeb’s digital team to put together a brand spanking new website to mark the occasion.
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20May, 2014

Come and see us at R & D Forum 2014

20th May, 2014|

We had great response to our i-OMS Solution at the 2014 R&D Conference this year! Thank you to everyone who took time out to see iWeb and our products over the two days and we are looking forward to working with you all!

The Annual NHS R&D Management Forum is an R&D event attended by individuals involved in UK NHS R&D institutions. The event is attended by individuals and organisations involved in planning, managing and delivering R&D in the NHS. The objective of the event is to provide a platform for everyone involved in research to exchange and present ideas, share best practices and debate on the most relevant and pressing issues/challenges within the sector.

If you are attending, we would very much like to see you on our stand 21 to discuss any needs you may have. We will also showcase our Local Portfolio Management Solution (LPMS) – i-OMS which offers a rich set of powerful tools for managing various aspects of research management.

Check the R&D Forum website for further Information about the event

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1Apr, 2014

iWeb celebrates national autism awareness day

1st April, 2014|

World Autism Awareness Day takes place on Wednesday 2nd April 2014.WAAD-2014
The day was unanimously declared as World Autism Awareness Day by the United Nations General Assembly in 2008 to highlight the need to improve the lives of children and adults who suffer from autism.

Autism is a lifelong developmental disability that manifests itself during the first three years of life and results from a neurological disorder that affects the functioning of the brain.

The disorder mostly affects children and is prevalent across countries, genders, races and socio-economic backgrounds.

“The rate of autism in all regions of the world is high and it has a tremendous impact on children, their families, communities and societies,” the UN said in a statement.

Children affected by autism have impairments in social interaction, problems with verbal and non-verbal communication and show restricted or repetitive behaviour, interests and activities.

Scientists presume distinct causes for the complex disorder.

A recent study by the University of Chicago suggests that exposure to air pollutants can dramatically increase a child’s chances of developing autism.

According to a more recent research study by the University of California, the San Diego School of Medicine and the Allen Institute for Brain Science, autism begins during pregnancy and is largely genetic.

2014: Call for action

This year’s World Autism Awareness Day marks the celebration of the creative minds of people with autism and calls for all possible opportunities for education, employment and integration for them, according to the UN.

“World Autism Awareness Day is about more than generating understanding; it is a call to action. I urge all concerned to take part in fostering progress by supporting education programmes, employment opportunities and other measures that help realise our shared vision of a more inclusive world,” UN secretary general Ban Ki-moon said.

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3Sep, 2013

NIHR Announcement

3rd September, 2013|

clients7Congratulations to our strategic partner The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust appointed as the new local host.

The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust (RWT) is one of just 15 NHS Trusts/Foundation Trusts in England to be appointed to run a local branch of the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Clinical Research Network, it was announced (Tuesday 3rd September 2013).

The NIHR Clinical Research Network is the clinical research delivery arm of the NHS. It provides funding to hospitals and surgeries to pay for research nurses, scans, x-rays and other costs associated with carrying out clinical research in the NHS.

Since April 2013, the Network has been carrying out a selection process to identify 15 local “host” organisations, as part of a programme to simplify its administrative arrangements, while strengthening the infrastructure for carrying out clinical studies across the country.

As the chosen Trust for the West Midlands, RWT will be awarded a five year contract from the Department of Health through the NIHR, and will take responsibility for distributing £27 million of funding per year, to support clinical research across the whole area.

Commenting on the appointment, RWT Chief Executive David Loughton CBE said: “Clinical Research is vitally important to the NHS and the population as a whole. For the Trust to be chosen to host the West Midlands branch of the NIHR Clinical Research Network gives us a fantastic opportunity to drive forward research and use the evidence we gather to improve ongoing treatments and develop new, potentially life-saving treatments for our patients.

“Clinical research is on the rise in the NHS and we have been helping to spearhead the trend. We are now very much looking forward to working with other NHS Trusts in the West Midlands region to ensure we stay at the cutting edge of clinical research being carried out and to look at ways to encourage more and more patients to take part.”

New local hosts announced for NIHR Clinical Research Network please visit NIHR website

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2Sep, 2013

Research Teams – Are you ready for 2014?

2nd September, 2013|

clients7Due to the coming changes in 2014 to how research is managed as proposed by National institute of Health Research (NIHR), are you ready to switch to a more powerful and flexible research management platform?

If not, we can help you in preparing for the upcoming transition, which will give your teams access to a research management system built in collaboration with the NHS for the NHS.

For information about our Operations Management Suite see below:

  • Overview – The Operations Management Suite
  • Cost Manager – Powerful web based costing tool for clinical trials
  • Finance Manager – Manage, apportion, allocate income and expenses on clinical trials with finance manager
  • Project Manager – Manage complete trial life-cycle with Project Manager
  • Patient Manager – Manage Patient Care and engagement throughout trial execution
  • HR Manager – Capacity plan and manage resources centrally

For changes that will commence in 2014 please visit NIHR website

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27May, 2013

Zdrasti from Bulgaria!

27th May, 2013|

The FIRST Project had its consortium meeting in the beautiful ski and spa town of Devin in clients6south Bulgaria on the 28th – 29th May.

The meeting was attended by iWeb’s lead technical coordinator and other key project members to update the consortium on progress and developments so far. We are pleased to report the project is making good progress and the software prototype is on target to complete development for EC review at the end of the year.

Visit Facebook to view iWeb pictures of Devin, Bulgaria. For more information on The FIRST Project visit:

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20May, 2013

Celebrating International Clinical Trials Day on Monday 20th May

20th May, 2013|

Each year, International Clinical Trials Day is celebrated around the world on or near the 20 May to commemorate the day that James Lind started his famous trial.

Scurvy was a deadly disease in 1700s and there were a lot of conflicting ideas about how to treat it. Lind carried out his trial whilst serving on HMS Salisbury in 1747 comparing six of the proposed remedies. All his scurvy patients were given the same general diet but this was supplemented with various additional items, including cider, elixir vitriol, vinegar, seawater, nutmeg and (crucially) oranges and lemons. In just six days, those patients taking citrus fruits were fit for duty. This enabled Lind to make the link between citrus fruits in the diet and prevention of scurvy. Find out more from the Welcome Trust website.

Thanks to James Lind, carefully regulated clinical trials are currently the most effective way to establish which new treatments are beneficial for human health. International Clinical Trials Day provides a focal point to raise awareness of the importance of research to health care, and highlight how partnerships between patients and healthcare practitioners are vital to high-quality, relevant research.


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20Dec, 2012

Project FIRST’s annual review -update

20th December, 2012|

Upon successful completion of first year, the FIRST Project had its annual review meeting in Luxembourg.

We are pleased to report that the project was commended for the progress it has made. The European Commission and project stakeholders are looking forward to another year that will see major improvements to OpenBook – the software that is being developed.

Please visit the FIRST Project to check regular updates on developments/progress.

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