Premier IT service provider enters agreement to develop digital document management system for a healthcare giant.

By admin, December 15, 2010

Leo Technosoft one of the fast growing IT service providers in India, is going to develop a cost effective and user-friendly digital document management open source frame work for a leading healthcare organization in India. The IT Company also promises 80% return on investment (ROI) within a duration of six months.

LeoTechnosoft will provide the healthcare company to build a platform that will enable high quality storage and documentation of valuable information, and also enable precise sharing and dissemination of these data among employees at times of requirement.

“IT infrastructures can help healthcare organizations to make critical operations and improve patient care while reducing cost. It is high time they realize the importance of developing a digital document management system, which will store and preserve valuable medical data. Employees can also access this information easily, thus minimizing any kind of errors and saving more human lives”, says Satyen Jain, CEO of LeoTechnosoft.

The healthcare organization can now successfully handle the ever-growing volume of documentation. The key features of this document management open source frame work would be user’s permission for access to data, creation of files and record folders based on user configured templates, alerts for pending tasks, inter-departmental communication involved in document creation, and more.

“We at LeoTechnosoft always knew that the need of the hour for proper functioning of healthcare organizations is of a high quality document management framework at a very reasonable rate. Proper storage, maintenance, and sharing of documents can be said to be the lifeline of any healthcare company. LeoTechnosoft understands the importance of it, so is developing this digital document management system which will enable more effective functioning of the healthcare company and will also generate more returns, ends Satyen Jain.