Blender drives improved data quality and huge time savings

The British Heart Foundation (BHF) sought to improve the quality of incoming data streams before they hit their database, and to make the process of optimising that data more efficient and cost-effective. BHF consulted Wood for Trees as part of a wider programme of development; we proposed our Blender tool as the basis for their solution. The project underlined the potential cost benefits of using Blender and the degree to which it can be configured to individual user environments.

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