Improving Wellbeing Through Innovation
Cirdan is a leading provider of informatics and imaging solutions that enhance and speed up the diagnosis of patients. Headquartered in the UK, with offices in Canada and Australia, Cirdan is recognised as one of the leading suppliers of laboratory information systems worldwide. Our systems are currently helping to increase efficiency and streamline operations in clinical laboratories across six continents.
“A recent review of our LIS product led our organisation to the conclusion that ULTRA is still a market leading product with the best ROI for us.”Sean Jackson
ULTRA Laboratory Information System
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Cirdan are delighted to be officially launching for the first time in the US our family of specimen imaging systems, built with the patient in mind. At Cirdan, we are proud to be a key contributor in the fight against breast cancer. Our systems are designed with the patient in mind and aim to fulfil the growing demand for solutions to help clinical teams improve their operating efficiencies and ultimately their patient outcomes.
We are delighted to announce that for the third consecutive year Cirdan has been awarded a place on the government’s latest, G-Cloud framework, the G-cloud 13. G-cloud is a government-based framework which allows for greater acknowledgement and implementation of cloud services across industries within the public sector. It allows businesses to adopt cloud-based services which are verified by the government, readily accessible and cost-effective due to their establishment within the framework.
Cirdan, Queen’s University Belfast and KTP Associate Jonathan Armstrong win Innovate UK’s award for Best KTP 2022
Cirdan are delighted to announce that together with Queen’s University Belfast and our KTP Associate and Senior AI Engineer, Jonathan Armstrong, we have been selected as the winners of the Best KTP project by Innovate UK. Innovate UK’s Best Knowledge Transfer Partnership award honours the KTP which has brought the greatest benefits to all three participants, exceeding the expectations set out in their KTP proposal, and which best exemplifies innovation through collaboration.