Pure Health adopts latest SAP solutions
Dubai, November 19, 2017: Pure Health, a healthcare services company dedicated to empowering healthcare and making the business of healthcare run better, has become one of the first in the UAE healthcare to pioneer the latest SAP Technology Solutions to deliver excellence through quality service and health solutions.
Pure Health’s strategy is in line with the UAE Vision 2021 to enhance the UAE’s position as a global center for futuristic healthcare.
The SAP Go-Live ceremony was held recently at the Pure Health head office in Business Bay, Dubai. Mr. Zakaria Haltout, Head of Global Channels and General Business – MENA at SAP, Mr. Mohamed Khan, Channel Head SAP Global Partner Organization in MENA and Mr. Muhammad Hammad, Account Manager at SAP were a part of the SAP Go-Live ceremony.
During this event, Mr. Adnan Asif, Chief Operating Officer of Pure Health, shared his vision and inspirations for adopting the latest SAP technologies. He said, “Our adoption of the latest SAP solution and software will help achieve Pure Health’s ambition vision and aspirations in becoming a key player in the UAE healthcare sector.”
Mr. Zakaria Haltout, Head of Global Channels and General Business – MENA at SAP, said, “We are happy to partner with Pure Health. With a strong vision and right direction Pure Health is pioneering towards greater achievements in healthcare. They do understand the power of transforming the patient experience in the UAE with innovative technologies like SAP S/4HANA, SAP SuccessFactors, SAP Hybris, SAP Ariba, and Big Data, Cloud, and Analytics. It is a great success for Pure Health and SAP on timely completion of this project.”
Pure Health plays a vital role in reshaping the UAE healthcare sector through initiatives like the National Unified Medical Records and running the largest network of laboratories in the UAE.
SAP, as a global software company, is one of the largest vendors of ERP and other enterprise applications, driving the process of digital transformation, and serving more than 355,000 customers, across 190 countries. The agreement will be conducive to ensuring the smooth launch of the company and in establishing its operational efficiency. It will also develop its digital business on the latest computing architecture including mobile, cloud, big data and analytics.