Mahindra Satyam Tied up with Japanese Firm TechMatrix for Healthcare Services
Mahindra Satyam on 15 January 2013 signed an agreement with the Japanese firm TechMatrix Corporation digging at business opportunities in the healthcare market..
Mahindra Satyam on 15 January 2013 signed an agreement with the Japanese firm TechMatrix Corporation digging at business opportunities in the healthcare market in the Association of South-East Asian Nations region.
As per the pact Hyderabad Based firm Mahindra Satyam would also look at selling cloud-based healthcare solutions.
Moreover, ICHIGO LLC, the subsidiary arm of TechMatrix is suppose to provide its Teleradiology network infrastructure product line and NOBORI, its cloud service for medical and healthcare information.
Mahindra Satyam is going to host the cloud and mobile-based services in Singapore and Malaysia, while providing direct sales and IT services to clients throughout throughout ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) region.
Both the Company is set to invest in sales and marketing resources as well as software and hardware requirements. It is evident that already the company Mahindra Satyam had installed Ichigo Teleradiology iComServer in its Singapore data centre and launched activities to support initial installations.
Also, as a second step in 2013, Mahindra Satyam and TechMatrix would jointly launch the Nobori Cloud healthcare services, including Picture Archiving and Communications System (PACS), a vendor-neutral solution for medical image storage, management and retrieval.
The major purpose of tie up between the two companies is to focus on delivering state-of-the-art healthcare solutions to public and private hospitals and image scanning centres, which is directly aimed at reducing healthcare costs while improving the quality of services.