The News Scroll 03 November 2017  Last Updated at 5:16 pm | Source: PTI

Bodhtree completes project for Medical Council of India

Bodhtree completes project for Medical Council of India
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Mumbai, Nov 3 (PTI) Bodhtree Consulting Ltd, an IT consulting and software service provider, today announced it has completed Rs 56 crore worth of DMMP 1 project for the Medical Council of India (MCI).

The project, expected to reach more than 550 medical colleges, aims to create a digital network facilitating data exchange across all medical institutions in the country. It also envisages converting the Indian Medical Register in the digital mode.

By delivering the first project, Bodhtree received its second contract from the MCI for DMMP 2 worth Rs 105 crore, the company said.

"Through this (first) project, there will be a digital dimension for MCI which will help to make their work easier. It is because of our sheer dedication we have again bagged the second project from MCI and I am confident the second project will also be a huge success," Bodhtree managing director LN Ramakrishna said.

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SMT bags 2-year contract from Italian public hospitals

Sahajanand Medical Technologies (SMT), through its Italian partner EUKON Srl, has signed an agreement with the Emilia Romagna region in Italy to deliver approximately 10,000 Supraflex stents in the next two years.

The agreement was signed after Supraflex won against nine other DES following eight months of technical and economical evaluations.

"The partnership with SMT gave us all the ammunition to step in to a difficult market segment where an extremely fine balance in required between the needs of the interventional cardiologists, who only ask for top quality devices, and the national healthcare system, whose focus is to decrease the health care costs," said EUKON Sole Director Gennaro Broya de Lucia.

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ANI Integrated Services SME IPO to open on Nov 8

Mumbai-based ANI integrated Services Ltd, engaged in the business of engineering services, will be launching its SME initial public offering (IPO) with a price band of Rs 100 per equity share of face value of Rs 10 each.

The IPO consists of a fresh issue of 16,87,200 equity shares of face value of Rs 10 each for cash at a price of Rs 100 per equity share aggregating to Rs 16.87 crore and 8,78,400 equity shares aggregating to Rs 8.78 crore through an offer for sale by shareholders and promoters.

Mumbai, Nov 3 (PTI) Tata Motors has strengthened Hexa range with a special urban edition--Hexa Downtown.

The new SUV will be available in limited numbers from today onwards in two packages- the Absolute pack and the Indulge pack and is prices starts from Rs 12.18 lakh.

According to Mayank Pareek, president, passenger vehicle business unit at Tata Motors, the urban edition of the Hexa has completely changed the face of Tata Motors and witnessed a strong traction in the market.

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Eros Now, South African Telecel Global join hands

Eros International has said its digital over-the-top (OTT) platform Eros Now will enter the South African market through a partnership with leading telecommunications provider Telecel Global.

As part of this partnership, Eros Now will be available to Telecel customers as a bundled service with their prepaid and postpaid data plans, IPTV and set-top box with multi-purpose quad service applications.

Subscribers will now have access to Eros Now's library of popular movies, music, TV shows, and originals. Eros Now will leverage on a committed number of annual paid subscribers from this association with Telecel.

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Nisus Finance exits investment in Midcity Heights Mumbai:

Nisus Finance Service, a real estate focused fund, has exited has exited its investment in Midcity Heights's residential project 'Ocean Heights' in the megapolis.

The company had invested up to Rs 30 crore with MidCity Heights but secured an early exit returning back 1.23 times of the capital within 14 months, the company said in a statement.

"Our strategy of investing into late stage projects is paying rich dividends to investors," managing director Amit Goenka said.


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