It has been a busy few years for the WPC Coroners team with 13 new Coroner areas joining our growing user group in the last 18 months.
Since its initial release, WPC Coroners has proven to be a popular system and shows no signs of slowing down as it continues to streamline the processes of the coroner’s service. The new areas have been integrated into our expanding user-group. The user group helps WPC Coroners stay at the forefront of the changing pressures faced by the coroner’s service by providing a forum to discuss ideas and concepts for the continual improvement of WPC Coroners.
One of these new areas, Nottinghamshire Coroners Service, has recently completed the first transition from their legacy system into WPC Coroners, making use of the advanced functionality offered. As part of the implementation, WPC completed its first data migration from their legacy system.
“All the team at WPC have been so incredibly helpful with our transition to their system. Chris especially worked very closely with us and had endless patience whilst we learnt everything, ensuring that the system worked the way that we wanted it to. There is always someone at the end of the phone to help us with any query that we have and the support from WPC has been great. Any new report, workflow or document that we have asked for, WPC have always come up with a way to make it work for us and how we work in Nottingham and Nottinghamshire. I would like to say a huge thank you to everyone at WPC for assisting us with this transition to the system.” - Flora Cameron, Practice Manager, Nottingham City and Nottinghamshire Coroners Service
WPC has also recently held its first virtual User Group for WPC Coroners in December 2020. While the ongoing pandemic has meant we are unable to meet in person, we wanted to keep our annual user group to provide a forum for our customers to meet to discuss best practise and improvements to our system. The first virtual User Group was a great success with over 30 Coroners Areas attending and providing feedback.