India: Netoyed has won a contract from CHA – Cambridge Health Alliance, Harvard Medical School to develop and support the deployment of a smart healthcare application for Fire Fighters’ healthcare, safety, and ongoing well-being.
Netoyed will be working with Harvard University to further the initiatives of an innovative healthcare system that is making a positive difference in people's lives.
Cambridge Health Alliance (CHA) under the Harvard Medical School, is based in Cambridge, Somerville, and Boston's metro-north communities. CHA provides coordinated care to a diverse patient population guided by its core values of compassion, integrity, respect, community, learning, and excellence.
CHA was created in 1996 when Cambridge and Somerville Hospitals merged as a state-approved independent public authority. Over the next decade, the system founded the Network Health plan, saved Whidden Hospital in Everett and critical community psychiatry services, and developed new health centres in Everett, Malden, and Revere.
“We are honoured to work with the prestigious Harvard Medical School and we look further to bring to life CHA’s key objectives, to enable connected, shared, and healthy communities, we will continue to concentrate on helping CHA achieve its ambitious targets on improving the health of communities, optimizing, and enhancing services for firefighters, delivering more robust security, and providing business-as-usual (BAU) services between legacy and new digital systems.” said Manish Giri, CEO of Netoyed.
Uploaded On: Thursday, 3 November 2022 (IST)
India: Netoyed has won a contract from DOT – Department of Telecommunications - to modernize and developa smart communication application for administration of DOT and it’s 22 LSA’s -Licensing Service Areas - to disseminate information to public about the various activities done by DGT (Director General Telecom) and it’s LSA’s.
Netoyed will be working with DOT to further the initiatives of Digital India and bringing emerging technologies to realm. Netoyed would design and develop the LSA platform and establish the support IT infrastructure for the next 3 years.
The Department of Telecommunications, abbreviated to DoT, is a department of the Ministry of Communications of the executive branch of the Government of India.
Department of Telecom has been formulating developmental policies for the accelerated growth of the telecommunication services. The Department is also responsible for grant of licenses for various telecom services like Unified Access Service Internet and VSAT service. The Department is also responsible for frequency management in the field of radio communication in close coordination with the international bodies. It also enforces wireless regulatory measures by monitoring wireless transmission of all users in the country.
“Navigating their programs and services to a digital future requires organizations to not only identify the right technologies to implement, but also to enable them quickly and at-scale,” said Netoyed’s CEO Manish Giri. “We are honored and excited to have been selected by the Department of Telecom to do just this – modernize communication systems to make it easier for the Department and the LSAs to interact, transact, and better serve the Citizens of India.” said Manish Giri, CEO of Netoyed.
India: Netoyed has won a contract from NIC – National Informatics Centre to support and manage smart mobility system for administration of NIC’s Cloud & DevOps environment.
Netoyed will be working with NIC to further the initiatives of Digital India and bringing emerging technologies to realm.
National Informatics Centre (NIC) under the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY) is the technology partner of the Government of India. NIC was established in the year 1976 with the objective to provide technology-driven solutions to Central and State Governments.
NIC is one of the biggest PSUs in India and is working on emerging technologies like AI and Blockchain as well. NIC has offices in 737 Districts, and it operates more than 5 Lakh nodes, 23500+ servers, and is supporting over 1500+ Government Projects.
“The new design approach embedding state-of-art SDN technology will meet NIC’s key objectives, and enable connected, shared, and multi-cloud systems hosted over independent containers, streamlining Automation, Migration and overall DevOps (Development & Operations),” said Manish Giri, CEO of Netoyed
After strongly embracing the concept of quality and getting certified in ISO 9001 quality standard, Netoyed aimed for something higher, a certification based on a model designed specifically for the information technology industry i.e., Software Engineering Institute’s Capability Maturity Model Integration (SEI CMMI). Netoyed staff worked aggressively and dedicatedly to complete all the pre-requisites for the appraisal. This was a bigger challenge than ISO 9001 certification since the involvement of the whole organization was essential and every employee had a role to play. The whole culture of the organization was aligned with CMMI level 5 practices through extensive training sessions and mentoring. The hard work paid off and after seven days of comprehensive Class A appraisal activity, Netoyed was awarded the CMMI Level 5 certification.
CMMI covers practices for planning, engineering, and managing software development and maintenance. When followed, these key practices improve the ability of organizations to meet goals for cost, schedule, functionality, and product quality. The Software Engineering Process Group (SEPG) led by Rashmi Kotnala developed all the processes and ensured their implementation both at the projects level and organization level. This team also performed Causal Analysis along with other team members and developed Project Performance Models (PPMs), Process Performance Baselines (PPBs), and introduced innovations like automated testing and deployment tools. These tools were used by the project teams for improving the performance of their respective projects. Netoyed’s business objectives which are aligned with the Quality and Process Performance Objectives (QPPOs) are:
Comprehensive CMMI-based process improvement procedures are part of the core software development cycle, which have been thoroughly adopted by the company. Netoyed is implementing the CMMI processes in order to successfully meet its business objectives.
There are different areas to focus on during process improvement efforts.
Netoyed is awarded the CMMI Maturity Level 5 certification after seven days of comprehensive Class A appraisal activity performed by a team of eight Appraisal Team Members (ATMs) under the supervision of a Lead Appraiser. This is a very proud day for Netoyed.