June 24th 2015, Delhi: Attune Technologies, a Chennai based Start-up that pioneers in cloud based healthcare technology has expanded its footprint to African market. The company has entered into an agreement with NSK Hospitals Limited (NSKHL), part of NSK OIL & GAS LTD in Tanzania to provide next generation healthcare IT product that will transform patient care and bring in International standards of clinical practice.
Attune’s cloud based product will help NSKHL to expand the healthcare operation across the African market in a cost effective manner. With presence over 13 countries, Attune, with this client acquisition in Tanzania expects to expand its footprint in the larger African market.
Over the past few years, Attune Technologies has developed software that can talk with disparate medical equipment in diagnostic laboratories and hospitals across geographies, something that no other startup in India’s healthcare sector has done so far. With plans to seed its software into primary healthcare centers and hospitals across tier-2 and tier-3 cities, Attune plans to establish the most comprehensive health network in India and take its innovation overseas.
Speaking on this, Arvind Kumar, Founder & CEO, Attune Technologies said, “We are delighted to have been chosen as a strategic partner by Tanzania’s upcoming healthcare provider, NSKHL in their transformational journey. Attune will leverage its strong understanding of the technology-led-healthcare business to enable NSKHL deliver seamless and effective healthcare programs to its patients. This is also a testimony to our commitment to developing innovative solutions and technologies that will make healthcare more efficient and affordable around the world.
Navin Aggarwal, Director, NSK Hospitals, said, “We are extremely pleased to have partnered with Attune in our endeavor to revolutionize healthcare and provide high quality treatment and care to our patients. Attune, with its vast expertise and experience in building global healthcare technology will provide NSKHL with products that will help develop a more cohesive and comprehensive healthcare network for patients in Tanzania.”