Solix Chalks Out Expansion Plans For India

by Moumita Deb Choudhury    May 01, 2017

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Big data application provider, Solix Technologies plans rapid expansion of its technology center in India. Solix’s new expansion will also provide career opportunities to people across India, with substantial investments in research and development of products including the Solix Big Data Suite and SolixEnterprise Data Management Suite, in addition to sales and marketing.

With both structured and unstructured data sources contributing towards massive data growth across India and the world, companies are challenged to intelligently capture, organize and analyze their data. Solix solutions help companies improve the performance of enterprise applications, meet compliance objectives, reduce infrastructure costs and enhance enterprise analytics, said the company in a statement.

“Over the last 12 months, Solix has reached an incredible milestones by adding a wide range of customers across many industries,” said Sai Gundavelli, Founder & CEO of Solix Technologies, Inc. “We look forward to providing new job opportunities across India to support the continued growth of the company and maintaining momentum throughout the year.”

With global healthcare spending in excess of $6.5 trillion, there is an increasing spotlight on managing healthcare costs. The Solix Common Data Platform for Healthcare ingests structured and unstructured data — such as medical imaging (EMR/PACS), IoT/sensor data, diagnostic lab results, and billing data — “as is” into an enterprise data lake built on low-cost infrastructure running Apache Hadoop. The Solix CDP for Healthcare is designed to provide support for advanced analytics to improve the clinical decision process, patient experience and quality of care.

Gartner stated in its 25 April 2016 “Predictive Algorithms That Healthcare Delivery Organizations Are Using to Improve Outcomes” report, “Healthcare transformation and modernization globally are focused on patient enablement and personalized medicine, proactive management of high-risk populations, and real-time insights and actions.”

“The dawn of big data has created many new opportunities to improve all facets of healthcare operations, but also several challenges, forcing healthcare providers to adapt,” said Dev GnanaDev, Chairman of surgery at Arrowhead Regional Medical Center and former president of California Medical Association. “Establishing a comprehensive Information Lifecycle Management framework through a common data platform ensures that healthcare organizations are better prepared to take these challenges head on.”

“Big data and analytics play a significant role in measuring and managing healthcare outcomes, and the Solix Common Data Platform for Healthcare is well suited for this move” said Raj Popli, Director Healthcare Business at Solix Technologies, Inc.