Ciklum’s vNext project for Novax shortlisted for the ‘Best Use of DevOps Technology Award’ at the DevOps Industry Awards 2019
Ciklum has been nominated as a finalist at the DevOps Industry Awards 2019 for its project with Novax – a Denmark based IT company that develops electronic medical record systems. Ciklum is a finalist in the ‘Best Use of DevOps Technology Award’ category which showcases a continuous deployment project that moved Novax desktop-based clients to a cloud-based web solution.
Novax is an IT company based in Denmark with more than 25 years’ experience in the healthcare industry. Currently over 530 medical clinics and hospitals in Denmark maintain their electronic health records using Novax software, which in turn integrates with the centralised healthcare records database run by the Danish Ministry of Health. This allows doctors, hospitals, and pharmacies across Denmark to access an individual’s health records—irrespective of where the service is required—to ensure the best possible patient care.
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We are delighted to have been shortlisted as a finalist for the DevOps Industry Award. We understand the social impact of the Novax project and created the most suitable DevOps workflow. We used the best instruments to ensure project development speed and at each project stage, we chose the most effective and simplest methods to reduce technical debt. This well-defined process enables fast delivery of all necessary changes to end-users and feedback from them.Vladyslav Gram, Head of DevOps at Ciklum
The DevOps Industry Awards celebrate the companies and individuals who have accomplished significant achievements when incorporating and adopting DevOps practices. Now in it’s 3rd year, the awards are open to global businesses, companies & organisations, regardless of their size, stature and location worldwide.
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