Intelligent Systems

A plethora of devices will be connected to the internet in the next few years and Health & Life Sciences (HLS) organizations can take advantage of this changing industry trend to develop new business models. A variety of devices including embedded sensors, wearables, compact medical devices, etc. will reshape the applications and services in the HLS industry. The concept known as the Internet of Things (IoT) will connect end-points like devices to the cloud or backend systems. HLS organizations need to make more insightful business decisions with operational intelligence by harnessing the flow of data across industry devices and back-end systems.

Healthcare IT is experiencing an unprecedented level of technology interoperability, harnessing and integrating multiple sources of real-time, life-critical data. This trend is transforming healthcare, increasing efficiency, lowering costs and improving outcomes. An intelligent system isn’t just a matter of assembling thousands of data-gathering devices. An intelligent system is the amalgamation of devices, software, solutions, connectivity, servers, and analytics that produces business intelligence.

As a next generation Intelligent System Ready platform, Windows Embedded 8.1 allows enterprises to empower their customers and employees with secure access to business-critical data, delivered in rich, natural user experiences through the power of Windows 8.1 technologies. Designed to connect to existing enterprise IT systems, Windows Embedded 8.1 ensures the manageability, consistency and predictability that enterprises require.

iLink Systems, a Microsoft Intelligent Systems Partner, provides solutions to enable HLS organizations to gather, store and process data from devices on the edge of your network, to developer tools, back-end systems and services. Our solution portfolio allows your enterprise to drive a new level of business intelligence, including Social, Data, Mobile and Cloud, and identify opportunities that would otherwise be out of reach.

Maintain Security and Compliance

  • Protect Patient Confidentiality
  • Collaborate Across Boundaries
  • Manage Risk

Enable Connectivity of Disparate Systems

  • Reduce Patient Care/Operational Inefficiencies
  • Control Costs by Eliminating Redundancies
  • Manage Access While Preserving Productivity

Enhance Efficiencies and Security of Information Flow

  • Deliver Real-time Information to Make Better Care Decisions
  • Introduce New Patient Services
  • Protect Data and Devices/Enable BYOD
  • Fully leverage the Data in your organization.
  • Take advantage of Cloud Computing technologies.
  • Integrate New Devices into your technology portfolio.
  • Maintain Security levels essential to your business.