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SA tech company secures major contract with Britain’s National Health Services

01 Sep 2020

Signapps, a South African health technology company Healthcent has won a prestigious contract with Britain’s National Health Services (NHS). In terms of the contract, Signapps will provide its software as a service communication platform for the management of clinical communication to NHS Trusts. Andrew Davies, CEO of Signapps comments on securing the major contract with NHS.

In terms of the contract, Signapps will provide its software as a service communication platform for the management of clinical communication to NHS Trusts.

Andrew Davies, CEO of Signapps comments on securing the major contract with NHS.

“The contract with the NHS is a major coup for us, as a South African company, proving that our product engineering teams can create a product to compete with the very best internationally.”

Davies explains that as most of the development involved in fulfilling the NHS contract will be done locally, the new contract will provide employment opportunities. These opportunities will cater specifically to those with software engineering and development skills...

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