Web Diary Helps Patients to See Their Optician

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Ocuco’s web diary demonstration site

We are excited to launch a new microsite to demonstrate the new opticians web diary facility developed for Ocuco Ltd.

Ocuco Ltd are global market leaders in developing software for optometrists, opticians, ophthalmologists and optical labs. Their practice management software is installed in over 5000 sites worldwide.

The web site demonstrates the new online diary exclusively created for independent opticians. This web dairy will help the opticians with their patients to perform online booking from anywhere in an instant. Just as perceptant101 evolves, it strives to bring value to its customers.

Perceptant101 has an excellent track record of developing complex web based business applications and creating microsites and landing pages to promote products for more than 10 years now. Perceptant101 has always blended experience and expertise  to create a fully integrated solutions seamlessly.

The web diary to enables patients to book appointment 24/7 from regular browsers, tablets and smart phones. The web diary provides a multi-channel service for patients who can book from any Internet location, iPad or iPhone or your Galaxy Nexus on the move or in person at the practice. The patients can register for the first time or login to an existing account and make appointments with a confirmed time on a 24×7 basis. So, say goodbye to late night phone calls.

The new web diary is sleek and stylish and is brimming with new features to try. The appointments are presented on a calendar with day, week and month views. The patients can now choose a preferred appointment slots that are presented accordingly. Whats more is it attracts new prospective patients and has proven to do so for the opticians who have already implemented this solution. It has new imagery that makes the navigation more user-friendly and encourages user interaction.

As an additional complimentary appointment booking function, the optician can define which areas of their practice diary should be made available on the web. This means patients can book live and even at odd hours when the practice doors are closed.

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