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Ardentia extends Middle East operations by partnering E3 of Dubai

Ardentia : 05 August, 2008  (Company News)
Ardentia has extended its operations into the Middle East by signing a partnership agreement with Dubai-based healthcare specialist E3.
E3 is already the Middle East partner of US-based ERP provider Lawson, and the three companies expect to cooperate actively in the region.

The multinational partnership agreement will deliver strategic information support to healthcare providers in the Middle East, further enhancing healthcare delivery and quality of care in the region.

Ardentia is the leading supplier of business information software to healthcare in the UK, and the only software supplier with clients at every level of the NHS, from commissioners of healthcare, to care providers, strategic health authorities and the NHS itself.

The company’s expertise in the healthcare information sector will play a key role in improving access to clinical and patient data, enabling healthcare practitioners to make informed decisions based and ensuring the highest levels of patient care.

According to Gary Luke, managing director of Ardentia: “The Middle East is an area where healthcare is making a quantum jump forward to world-beating levels of provision. We’re very keen to be involved in this transformation, supporting it with the strategic information services it needs. We know we have the expertise to do this, and I’m pleased that skills developed in fifteen years work with the NHS can now be put to the service of another health economy.”

Dubai-based E3 is an established application supplier in Middle East healthcare, working with hospitals and other healthcare providers across the region. The company already distributes healthcare systems from Lawson, the USA’s leading supplier of healthcare ERP systems.

Muwaffa Lahham, chief executive of E3 commented: “Partnering with Ardentia gives a new dimension to our healthcare proposition. The company’s track record in the delivery of business intelligence solutions for healthcare is second to none, and will ensure a winning combination of skills and resources that will deliver invaluable support to Middle East healthcare as it progresses in the future.”
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