Riad Armanious, CEO of Eva Pharma, said that technology plays a strong role in improving work efficiency. He added that his company was largely open to hiring pharmacists, but because it is relying on technology, it currently works to employ the largest number of programmers.
This came on the sidelines of signing a partnership agreement with Link Datacenter and Microsoft.
This comes as part of Eva Pharma’s plan to transform a pharmaceutical manufacturing company into an integrated health care company.
Eva Pharma, one of the largest international companies in the field of healthcare, has signed a partnership contract for the digital transformation project with Link Datacenter, the gold partner of Microsoft.
The contract includes implementing the company’s digital transformation by relying on many solutions provided by Microsoft such as Office 365 software package, Azure cloud computing services, and Al system.
Armanious explained that the goal of the partnership with Microsoft is to develop the company’s database and information technology infrastructure, which provides an integrated digital work environment to make a breakthrough in the field of health care services provided to patients in Egypt and the various protests of the world in more than 40 countries, where the company is present.