DHCC hosts open-day for Microsoft group
Dubai, October 25, 2010
Dubai Healthcare City (DHCC), a member of Tecom Investments, recently hosted an open-day for Microsoft Health Solutions Group to showcase new offerings that are especially designed for healthcare providers, patients and care-givers.
The event at DHCC Auditorium provided Microsoft Health Solutions Group with a platform to highlight its partner-customer success stories and explore collaboration opportunities with DHCC.
Dr Ayesha Abdullah, managing director of TECOM Investments’ Sciences Cluster and executive director of DHCC, said: “As the first integrated healthcare free zone, DHCC remains committed to sustaining and improving healthcare excellence. Our key objective is to create a world-class healthcare platform and uphold meticulous service standards.”
“Consequently, we welcome opportunities for partnerships with key players in the industry such as Microsoft Healthcare Solutions that serve to enhance the status of the healthcare sector in the region,” she added.
“We are privileged to interact with DHCC officials and present our product offerings.
The open-day served as an ideal platform to understand and match DHCC’s requirements with our wide range of programmes that are customised according to client needs,” said Sam Amory, business development executive, Microsoft Healthcare Solutions.
“We are optimistic our partnership will grow from strength to strength as we look forward to adding useful components to the existing state-of-the-art infrastructure,” he added. – TradeArabia News Service
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