Aino Health inks deal with 55BirchStreet to expand in German markets
Category: #health  By Pankaj Singh  Date: 2019-07-23
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Aino Health inks deal with 55BirchStreet to expand in German markets

Reports confirm that Sweden’s Aino Health and 55BirchStreet, a Germany-based digital consulting firm, have recently signed a new partnership agreement. 55BitchStreet will sell implementation services and licenses for the health management platform of Aino, HealthManager, in Germany. The collaboration will begin this fall 2019.

Apparently, with this collaboration, 55BitchStreet would extend their offering to include digital solutions for Health Management, and Aino Health will strengthen and expand its presence in the DACH market, which certainly boosts their growth.

According to Co-founder of 55BitchStreet, Benjamin Plass, the technology of Aino and their digital competence are an outstanding match to offer better health services to the customers. The partnership will be ideal for clients looking for organizational improvements and optimized health processes.

Seemingly, HealthManager aids organizations in ensuring workability and increases productivity, engagement, and communication. It is a type of digital platform that collects corporate health management processes and measures the efficiency of related actions. HealthManager incorporates the management of sick leave absences, internal management of health-related processes, and healthcare stakeholders. The service provides analytics tools and reporting to follow important metrics related to corporate health management.

For the uninitiated, 55BirchStreet is a consulting company based in Hamburg and devoted towards digital transformation projects across several industries. Their specialization is to reinforce medium and large-sized companies in implementing and defining their digital transformation roadmap.

The team of 55BitchStreet uses the best consulting methodology with practicality and strong customer focus. For 55BirchStreet, digitalization defines the ensured delivery of rich value for their customer’s organization.

Sources close to the matter informed that 55BirchStreet makes and improves awareness around digital issues and their significance to organizations and their environment. By combining consulting experience and knowledge from both start-ups and large companies, 55BirchStreet aids customers to steer through the digital transformation process across several industries.

 

Source Credits: https://www.globenewswire.com/news-release/2019/07/22/1885521/0/en/Aino-Health-AB-publ-Aino-Health-Germany-signs-partnership-agreement-with-55BirchStreet.html



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