EDM Client Server
EDM2000 is a program allowing storage of detailed patient information,
modular feed analyses and calculation, feed production and labelling, and collection and collation of
The program stores patient details and product details thus
permitting the creation of modular feeds simply and accurately. There are
many cross checks and validations to ensure the feed is within parameters.
A recipe for the feed preparation area and a feed analysis sheet are produced at
the press of a function key.
The system is also supplied with a comprehensive set of
reports. These reports permit the manager or supervisor detail statistics
and costing for the production of feed.
The client/server version permits a set number of users from
any PC on the network to run the system. We have one hospital where the
EDM2000 system runs across several physical sites within the one hospital.
The client/server system is suitable for departments with ten or more dieticians
where maximum performance and data security is critical. They can produce
all the documentation plus feed labels from various PCs on the network.
The recipe printer and label printer can be installed remotely in the feed unit
area to assist with production.
The cost of supply detailed below does not include
installation or training. The cost of such services is dependant on
location, type of network and the number of dieticians and feed preparation
staff that require training.
Client/Server EDM2000 ... ...
... ... ... ...
... ... £17,900 +
Database engine *
Upgrade from Network to client/server version ...
... £4,995 +
Database engine *
* (user number dependent -
prices are available on application)
These costs are additional to the basic EDM2000 software price above and increment with
the number of concurrent users accessing the system:
5-user Server license
10-user Server license
25-user Server license
Servers currently supported are NT/2000, Novell and Linux.
Client/Server prices are provisional and may change due to vendor pricing that
is outside our control. Please ensure you request a written quotation
before confirming budgets.
Updated: December 2007