Recently, SoftServe, the largest global IT company with Ukrainian roots, has achieved the Healthcare and Life Sciences Expertise in the Google Cloud Partner Advantage Program. This Expertise affirms that SoftServe has the experience and capabilities to accelerate its healthcare clients’ digital transformations with Google Cloud to achieve improved consumer experiences and outcomes.
The Healthcare and Life Sciences Expertise is awarded to partners with proven customer success in enabling hospitals to improve patient care, enhance provider satisfaction, operate more efficiently, and organize healthcare and life sciences data to make it universally accessible, secure, and useful.
This Expertise gives SoftServe a combined 31 approved Google Cloud Partner Expertise designations across product and technology, workloads, and industries; as well as five Specializations in Machine Learning, Data Analytics, Cloud Migration, Infrastructure, and Internet of Things (IoT).
Our team has been successfully implementing projects for the world's largest pharmaceutical companies, hospitals and medical device companies for more than 23 years. Google's expertise is our logical step in expanding healthcare services." which confirms the appropriate level of our specialists.— said Alexander Amelin, SVP CSL
Since 1997, SoftServe has been providing professional services and developing industry and healthcare solutions, helping its customers to be the best in the market in terms of data protection, confidentiality standards, and compliance. Among the company's clients: Medhost, Henry Schein, Imprivata, AdvancedMD.
SoftServe is a leading Ukrainian IT company providing software and consulting services for the clients from all around the globe. One of the largest software developing enterprises in Eastern Europe, SoftServe is repeatedly ranked among the three biggest IT companies in Ukraine. As of now, over 8000 specialists reside in European and American offices, scattered in eleven countries. Company’s headquarters are located in Lviv and Austin, Texas, United States. Developing centers’ map is dotted by company’s affiliates in Lviv, Kyiv, Dnipro, Kharkiv, Rivne, Ivano-Frankivsk, Chernivtsi, Sofia (Bulgaria), and Wroclaw, Bialystok, Gliwice, Warsaw (Poland).