Auditbase release

Transformed UI and lots of work enhancing features in new Auditbase release

Auditdata is continuously improving Auditbase, the application that is used by thousands of users across more than 650 hospital hearing clinics to support their daily workflows. Today, we’re rolling out version 6.0 that includes a whole bunch of new capabilities specifically designed to make life easier for our customers.

The new release is focused on modernisation including a more up-to-date user interface, but it is also heavily focused on delivering value to customers by directly addressing features that have been requested by our users to boost everyday productivity. Here’s a few highlights on what’s new:


Modern UI built on the latest tech foundation

Auditbase 6.0 uses a new tech foundation and has a new, modern, flat look that resembles Windows 10.  Stylish new iconography has also been added. Moreover, we have worked hard to overcome the higher hardware demands of Windows 10 and deliver a version that works as fast or faster than the previous version did on Windows 7, delivering a noticeable improvement including in the Journal, Referral Overview, Waiting Lists and the Booking module in Resource view.


Single sign-on for easier user creation and login

Existing users’ accounts in Auditbase can now be converted to use their Windows login to sign in automatically with no extra clicks or separate passwords. Moreover, users for Auditbase can be created based on the members of active directory security group making it easier for an administrator to manage user access.


Improved speed and ease of use when handling audiograms

Changes have been made to the ‘audiogram list’ in Auditbase and how the information tabs are presented making it faster and easier for users, particularly those who handle a large number of audiograms.


Modern spellchecker in Journal

Spellchecking in the Journal has been completely updated at user request with auto-correction and auto-suggestion as you type, with the ability to easily add specialist terms to the dictionary, saved under the user’s Windows profile and accessible from every PC.