The client provides healthcare business solutions to small and medium-sized organizations in the US. e-Zest, as the digital innovation partner, was chosen to help them migrate MS-Access based application from a legacy platform to a scalable and high-performance .NET based application with a rich client navigational interface and enhanced features. This upgrade was intended to help deliver enhanced experiences to their clients, i.e., the healthcare accreditation organization.
Our team helped the client design and develop a high performance, extensible and scalable architecture by extracting the best capabilities of .NET technologies and reusing existing PMS framework for developing a non-clinical PMS to reduce product development costs and time to market the non-clinical PMS product. The methodology enabled the healthcare accreditation organization to provide maximum business while gaining added flexibility and efficiency.
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The client was a West European organization in the health care sector providing services to healthcare practitioners, healthcare institutions, mutual insurance organizations and the government. They have expertise in e-Health integration and project management areas for healthcare IT-projects.
The client’s primary focus was on developing hardware for the medical industry. They had a small software team to support hardware interfacing with medical information systems software through their Medical Communication System. They desired to reduce software costs and focus on hardware business by outsourcing software development to professionals: an IT services firm.
e-Zest is a leading digital innovation partner for enterprises and technology companies that utilizes emerging technologies for creating engaging customers experiences. Being a customer-focused and technology-driven company, it always helps clients in crafting holistic business value for their software development efforts. It offers software development and consulting services for cloud computing, enterprise mobility, big data and analytics, user experience and digital commerce.