The Access Group has announced it has acquired adam Human Touch Technology, in a move that will enhance its access health, support and care division and deliver additional benefits to Access customers.

adam Hunter Touch Technology is a provider of highly configurable purchasing solutions solutions to public sector bodies across a range of spend areas, including complex community care. Its acquisition will enhance The Access Group’s public sector offering in cloud commissioning technology services.

Steve Sawyer, managing director, Access Health, Support & Care, said: “adams’ cloud-based commissioning has enabled local government and NHS procurement teams to streamline processes, connect providers and patients and react quickly to support the provision of consistent and high-quality care.

“The digital revolution in the procurement of services in the public sector has the potential to transform the quality and consistency of services received by the end user, for this reason, adam solutions are an essential part of the Access offering.”

The business solutions and software provider will use the acquisition to bring financial savings, improved service provision, streamlined processes and the automation of administrative tasks to its customers.

Sawyer added: “Through adam, Access helps provide significant time and economic benefits to customers in the provision of commissioned services.  We are on track to deliver our vision of a unique ecosystem of solutions across the health and social care spectrum aligned with the government’s strategy for integrated health and care systems resulting in better outcomes.”

The Access Group previously acquired digital software provider Servelec in 2021.