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Women and Programming

From a young age, I’ve always had a passion for technology. It began with old gaming consoles and then grew when I got my first computer. This lead to me taking an interest in computing at school and following through to university where I completed a course in Computing Technologies. It wasn’t until university that…
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We are pleased to be sponsors at the annual ERSA Employability awards

  Here at ICONI we are pleased to announce that we are sponsoring the ‘Partner of the Year Award’ at the annual ERSA Employability awards. The awards, now in their fifth year, aim to celebrate and champion best practice from across the employment related services sector, highlighting the day-to-day hard work and dedication of individuals…
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Time To Talk Day – Supporting Mental Health

Today marks Time to Talk Day, a national campaign to change how we all think and behave with regards to mental health problems. Organised by Time to Change, the goal is that people across the UK talk about mental health in order to educate each other and to help extinguish the stigma of it.  …
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ICONI are attending ERSA’s event ‘Understanding the Work and Health Programme: The Sequel’

We are pleased to be attending the upcoming event “Understanding the Work & Health Programme: The Sequel” being delivered by ERSA and The Learning and Work Institute on 30th January 2017. This national event will bring together over 150 key influencers from across the sector and will also give delegates the opportunity to meet the…
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Congratulations to the Qualifying providers of the UAEHRS Competition

On Friday 13th January 2017, ERSA confirmed the anxiously awaited outcome of DWP’s Umbrella Agreement for Employment and Health Related Services (UAEHRS) competition in which eleven providers have qualified. These providers are now eligible to tender for Work and Health Programme contracts. The Work and Health Programme is being commissioned to improve employment outcomes for people…
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Using CEP to Support Mental Health

As an active supporter of organisations that help improve people’s lives, ICONI is delighted to have the opportunity to partner with the national charity Shaw Trust to help deliver their Live Well Kent Initiative, a programme that aims to improve the mental and physical health of individuals. Mental Health is a topic that is high…
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ICONI are delighted renew sponsorship of the Carley Consult Work in Progress Event 2017

As an active supporter of organisations that help improve people’s lives, ICONI Software is delighted to announce our sponsorship of the third annual Work in Progress event organised by Carley Consult that is taking place in Birmingham Town Hall on Tuesday 25th April 2017.  Work in Progress is the alternative annual employment, skills and health conference. The timing…
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We Love Deadlines!

We all seem to be driven by time, which is unfortunately the master of our lives.  Deadlines can unnerve even the strongest person and wreak havoc with us, especially when a tender submission is looming or a software project is to go live on an immoveable date.  However, at ICONI we love deadlines, yes LOVE…
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ICONI Software is delighted to be sponsoring the RI World Congress 2016

As an active supporter of organisations that help improve people’s lives, ICONI Software is delighted to announce our sponsorship of the Rehabilitation International (RI) World Congress 2016.  The RI World Congress is a three-day event, held every four years where over 1,000 of the world’s leading disability experts unite to champion the empowerment and social…
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Are you bidding on and delivering Government Contracts?

If you are planning to bid and deliver government contracts such as the upcoming Work and Health programme, then ICONI are your perfect software partner. ICONI supports organisations that help change people’s lives and we recently introduced our Customer Engagement and Progression (CEP) software platform. This software is already in use within charities, local authorities and private organisations…
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