MES is an engagement consultancy. We are specialists in the health sector and help over 200 NHS bodies engage meaningfully with their patients, members, stakeholders and staff. As experts in our field, we also inform and guide strategy and lead discussion.
From small beginnings in 2006, MES is now the leading provider of patient, public and staff engagement tools for the health sector, yet we have a diverse client base including local authorities, housing associations and membership organisations.
We offer an extensive range of Software-as-a-Service solutions and have an experienced, dedicated team of consultants looking after our clients. Our high level of client satisfaction is testament to our guiding philosophy; we are focused on looking after people, providing outstanding customer service, and having excellent knowledge and experience of our subject matter. Simply put, we want to be the best partner to our clients that we can possibly be.
As part of the ERS Group, we work seamlessly with colleagues from Electoral Reform Services and frequently collaborate with our other Group companies Modern.gov, Xpress and Shaw’s.
Pansensic - Employee Experience
Pansensic measure, analyse and make sense of patient and staff feedback using their PanSensic software. We chose to work with Pansensic, not only because of their complimentary technology, but because their aims very much chime with ours. Pansensic’s purpose is helping companies and organisations connect to the collective mind of the organisation and its customers, gaining insight and realising the power of the knowledge that lies dormant, under-utilised, undervalued, by comprehending and using it.
Pansensic’s passion is unlocking the true, hidden potential of an organisation and its people both internally and externally, for the real potential of organisations is held within the minds of individuals who collectively are the company and its future.
Pansensic’s vision is to enable organisations to make effective change for the benefit of all stakeholders not just the few.