(PRESS RELEASE) – CAMMS has won two awards at the National Best Quality ICT Awards (NBQSA) 2016,in Sri Lanka for its software solutions for the healthcare sector.
The Enterprise Performance Management (EPM) and Business Intelligence (BI) Company won a Gold award in the Healthcare category for its product – SYCLE Health.
CAMMS was also awarded the overall Silver award for the best ICT solutions across all categories.
CAMMS will now compete in the Asia Pacific ICT Awards (APICTA) December 2016 in Taipei.
CAMMS General Manager (Asia) Sanharsha Jayatissa said it was a proud moment for the company’s Sri Lankan team.
“To come away with a gold award for SYCLE Health and to be awarded an overall silver is a fantastic achievement for our dedicated team,” Mr Jayatissa said.
“The NBQSA awards are the pinnacle for the ICT industry in Sri Lanka, where each entrant is competing against over 90 other high-calibre entries.”
The CAMMS’ SYCLE Health product combines risk and project management with strategy, people performance, budgeting and data to provide an integrated solution specific to the health vertical.
The system is used by thousands of people worldwide, with clients including Healthscope, which manages 45 hospitals and 48 medical centres throughout Australia, Melbourne Health and sectors of the National Health Service (NHS) in the UK.
CAMMS Founder and Managing Director Joe Collins said the awards showcased thepower of SYCLE Health to help hospitals and health boards save time and money.
“The health sector is going through enormous change and there’s a lot of pressure to become more efficient, to perform better and to look at different ways of delivering services,” Mr Collins said.
“Our clients are looking for sophistication in how they achieve that and we are one of the few companies in the world that offer an affordable way to do this.
“There’s a reason why our client base across the health sector has nearly tripled in the past 12 months – our software is unique and powerful, and these awards showcase that.”
Founded in Australia in 1996, CAMMS now has more than 200 clients and 150 employees across the world, with eight offices in five different countries, including Sri Lanka.
CAMMS offers more than 10 different products, helping organisations within the health and private sectors, as well as local government and NGOs.
For more information, visit www.cammsgroup.com