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Return on Innovation: Case Studies in Successful ICT Implementation
ITAC believes Canadian businesses should be leaders in the use of ICT for competitive advantage, productivity and growth. Use of ICT by small and medium enterprises should increase towards that of our US counterparts. By partnering with other associations, as well as with Government, we work to ensure public policy supports these goals.
Video case studies for healthcare solutions
Many healthcare organizations have adopted solutions from one of Canada's largest telecommunications providers in order to improve efficiency and patient care. The company offers a number of solutions that can help any healthcare organization modernize its ICT infrastructure, improve efficiency and ensure greater well-being for patients. Here are six videos that feature just some of the organizations that have benefited from implementing these healthcare solutions.
Making growth easy (PDF)
Eastern Canada's largest provider of continuing care uses Core Technology Program to assess IT systems and develop a blueprint for growth
EMR urgency (PDF)
Summerville Family Health Team uses xwave technology to streamline services and push real-time patient data from Trillium Health Centre to the Summerville Electronic Medical Records (EMR)
xwave and healthcare 3.0 (PDF)
A story about one Canadian company taking healthcare to the next level
There’s an iPhone app for your food allergies (as reported in IT World Canada)
Among the nominees for ITAC’s 10th Annual IT Hero Awards was Waterloo-based Visdatec, builders of a smart phone app that can help you avoid an allergic reaction to certain food types.
Give value through insight (PDF)
An international Enterprise Feedback Management (EFM) company helps the world's third largest HR association manage, retain and engage with its thousands of Canadian members
The satisfied student (PDF)
An international Enterprise Feedback Management (EFM) company helps a Canadian university boost student satisfaction and improve university-student relationships