Health info company appoints Eagle as local partner
- 25 March, 2008 23:00
Eagle Technology has been named as NZ implementation partner for InterSystems, the Boston-based company which is making inroads locally with its health applications (Computerworld, February 25).
Eagle will help InterSystems implement its TrakCare web-based healthcare information system (HIS), which was developed by TrakHealth, an Australian firm that InterSystems took over last year. Eagle will support both the InterSystems’ product and sales and marketing activities.
“The New Zealand market is important to us,” says Darren Jones, director of worldwide markets for TrakCare.
“We have already implemented TrakCare at St George’s Hospital in Christchurch and Mercy Hospital in Dunedin — and we are committed to expanding our presence here.”
InterSystems is also installing TrakCare at Wellington’s Wakefield private hospital, but the company has yet to break into the New Zealand public health sector.
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