I think the biggest problem with the page is that you aren’t giving people enough of a reason to want to schedule a demo.
I agree with the comment above about including a benefit in the headline. Your prospects don;t need software. They need solutions to the problems and pain pints they are facing. That’s your benefit. Lead with that.
I know you try to hit on benefits with the subhead, but “Get your team performing at their best” is too generic to be impactful. It’s not something you can easily picture in your head. And it could mean just about anything to the reader.
Your feature descriptions aren’t bad, but they would be stronger if you included a bit more context and tied them more directly to the daily burden you mention in the intro paragraph. You don’t have to include every feature or use case (that would negate the need for a demo) but you should give enough info and specifics to whet the appetite.
I would also consider alternative image options as well. Again, they aren’t bad, because they do show the product, but it’s hard to tell what you’re looking at specifically or why you should care. You want people to imagine themselves using and benefitting from the product.
I like the idea of the customer success story, but this was a bit underwhelming. I expected to see sone sort of quantifiable results from the client using the product. This essentially just says that they use it. If you don’t have any true success stories, maybe replace it with client logos and/or testimonials. Those would also be good to include, even if you do have a better success story to include.
Finally, it’s a relatively minor tweak, but I would change the question in your closing CTA to a benefit statement. It’s too easy for someone to answer “no.” Instead, remind them why they should want to learn more with a statement such as “See for yourself how DC2Vue® can help ease the burden on your busy community care staff.” above the button.
I hope that helps. Best of luck.