Last week, on Friday the 17th of November, Unique IQ was immensely proud to win Best Management and Consumer Software and Apps at the Care Sector Supplier Awards 2023!

Surrounded by some of the best suppliers in the sector at the Royal Garden Hotel Kensington, Customer Success Manager Eleanor Betteridge and Digital Marketing Manager Jennifer Blake were in attendance to accept this prestigious award.

The Care Sector Supplier Awards aim to seek out the best providers of products and services to the Care Sector in the UK, which significantly impact the lives of those within the care sector and all those who rely on it.

The judging panel noted: “Unique IQ is a trail-blazing force in the home care industry, empowering organisations to deliver exceptional care through cutting-edge care management software. The company’s mission goes beyond mere technology – prioritising the care experience. With innovative software, processes are streamlined, freeing up caregivers’ time for hands-on care provision.”

David Lynes, CEO and Founder of Unique IQ said:

“We are thrilled to have been selected for this award, especially considering the incredible businesses we were competing alongside. This award recognises the continual hard work and dedication that we’ve put into developing our product and our impact on the home care sector.”

David Lynes – CEO & Founder of Unique IQ

Our platform IQ:caremanager is an end-to-end solution currently being extensively utilised in the UK, Ireland and Europe, helping organisations deliver outstanding care to hundreds of thousands of clients. Through our unrivalled support services and harnessing modern technologies, we enable care providers to deliver services that are unique to each and every client.

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On Friday the 24th of November, our very own David Lynes was announced ‘CWC Top Individual Fundraiser’ at the 25th National Care Awards 2023! Earlier this year, David took on the immense challenge of cycling 860km in 48 hours from Warwick to Bielefeld(Germany), raising over £6000 for the Care Workers Charity in the process! Read the full story here: