SoftServe and OBH Finalists in On the Radar Awards

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SoftServe and OBH finalists in On the Radar Awards for the development of the Sense360 smartphone app.

SoftServe and OBH (Outcomes Based Healthcare) have been selected as finalists in the “Connect the Physical World” category of the On the Radar Awards, which are aimed at highlighting innovative ideas, products, or business models that enable end-user organizations to create real value in their businesses.

SoftServe and OBH were recognized for the development of the Sense360 smartphone application that uses machine learning algorithms to actively and passively monitor diabetic patients by continuously collecting and analyzing massive amounts of data from sensors.

“We knew that we needed a very experienced and strong team of technology experts, who are both analytical and innovative. We were happy to find this partnership with SoftServe,” explained Dr. Nasrin Hafezparast, CTO and Co-Founder OBH. “SoftServe did more than just develop a smartphone app, they worked with us as a partnership, taking our research, approach to outcomes measurement and vision, and making it a reality, and even added their own accelerator to the mix.”

“At SoftServe we believe that experience matters. We have a primary objective: to serve our clients in a way that drives their success. We are delighted that the real business value of the innovative mobile solution that we developed together with OBH has been recognized by these remarkable awards. This once again proves that our success is intrinsically linked with the success of our customers.” said Juan Turruellas, Executive Vice President World Wide Business Development, SoftServe.

The Sense360 app also won the Connected Mobility Solution of the Year at the 2016 European IT and Software Excellence awards, has been shortlisted for NOA’s Professional Awards and the Datacloud Awards

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