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Upscale programme selects NHS tech supplier as ‘one to watch’

In recognition of its pioneering digital care management platform, The PASSsystem, everyLIFE Technologies is one of just 33 early stage tech companies to be selected by Tech City UK to join its highly sought after Upscale programme this year.

Launched to the market less than two years ago, The PASSsystem is becoming a standard for the sector and is now used by 13,500 care professionals across 250 home care business, improving quality of care and achieving significant time efficiencies. It is the only care management system that is NICE compliant, referenced by CQC and Care Inspectorate reports, and recommended by NHS England. It eliminates time-consuming paperwork, and reduces the risk of medicines mismanagement through the real-time delivery and analysis of care notes.

Jos Smart, Upscale programme lead at Tech City UK says: “everyLIFE has been selected for the Upscale programme because we believe they have a unique opportunity to scale and become a UK powerhouse in the global tech economy. We felt they have a unique perspective, a great attitude and are a company we would be proud to support.”

Paul Barry, founder and chief executive of everyLIFE Technologies said: “In a sector beset by challenge and one that many believe is untouched by technology, it is hugely encouraging to see our transformational work in social care recognised by Tech City UK. We are delighted to have been selected to join the Upscale programme and will really value the support of those who have successfully navigated these challenges before, as well as the network of leading entrepreneurs whose ideas and experience can be shared.”

Upscale is Tech City UK’s rated six month programme to help the most promising early stage companies to begin their scaling journey, under the mentorship of some of the UK’s most successful tech entrepreneurs including founders Martha Lane Fox and Brent Hoberman; successful investor and Lovefilm founder Saul Klein; Candy Crush creator Riccardo Zacconi and Lesley Eccles, founder of

As part of the programme, the 33 Upscale companies will work with experienced and recognised Scale Coaches. Companies will take part in as many as 30 sessions and socials that are designed around their specific needs. The challenges discussed will include maintaining team morale, managing the board, raising future funds and taking the company global.