Simtech System, signed a three-party MOU on the 5th (Wednesday) to enhance the efficiency of emergency medical field work processes and bio-industry research activities | Ruri Web

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Simtech System (CEO Jung Young-gyo) announced on the 7th that it had signed a three-party memorandum of understanding for technological cooperation and capacity development with the Korean Medical Emergency Medical Association and High Stem Cell, a bio-specialized company.

The signing ceremony held at the Simtech System headquarters on the 5th was attended by CEO Jeong Young-gyo, Korean Emergency Medical Association Chairman Lee Hyung-min, and High Stem Cell CEO Seon-man Kim.

Through this MOU, the parties to the agreement decided to build a group of experts who lead the development of emergency medicine through the convergence of ThinkWise technology, a visual thinking-based collaboration tool, and emergency medicine technology, and to cooperate with each other to improve the work process in the emergency medical field. . In addition, they agreed to discuss joint research and cooperation to improve the research activity process in the bio field incorporating the technology of SimTech System and develop the competence of workers, and to continue discussing specific implementation plans.

On this day, CEO Jung Young-kyo said, “ThinkWise has been innovatively improving business processes as it is used in the medical, pharmaceutical and bio industries. Efficiency and synergy will be achieved.”

ThinkWise, which was developed in 1997 and has been used for face-to-face and non-face-to-face meetings, telecommuting, work management, collaboration, and project management in public, corporate, military, educational institutions, and medical institutions, handles business in the medical and bio industries with the signing of this MOU It is expected that it will be used more widely, such as organizing information and related data and enhancing the work competency of employees.

By Lee Myung-gyu, staff reporter [email protected]