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EFutures increases development team for US healthcare sector


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EFutures, a leading provider of software and web solutions and IT consultancy services in Sri Lanka recently increased its team providing solutions development for the US healthcare industry.

The increase was made to assist the development of java solutions to a US based client that supports entities that utilize federal funding to provide health insurance and health services to the community.

EFutures offers unparalleled experience and expertise in providing software and web solutions to a wide variety of clientele and the highly flexible approach, large and experienced team, faster response time and the experience has enabled their success in the industry over a period of 10 years.

Prashan Nagendra, Director stated that “the client’s goal is to link children with available health care services, in addition to promoting general wellness and development. The client serves school districts, county offices of education, community colleges, public health departments and community-based organizations, helping them to participate in federally funded reimbursement programs”. The company’s effort of developing the solution is aimed at promoting accuracy and efficiency which will result in saving time, money and resources at every level.

Employees of US organizations are given regular opportunities for personal and professional growth by participating in community events. These employees are given paid time each month to pursue these endeavours. The client equips participating organisations with high tech solutions to make their participation easier and the client’s innovative technologies streamline business and IT processes.

“Technology solutions increase funding through high tech claims submissions for any reimbursement program. The client’s value proposition offers maximized reimbursements through in-depth analyses, expert service, and evaluation and tracking” noted Rishen Fernando, Director.

EFutures handles offshore software projects and boasts of one of the most impressive portfolios in the software industry. Development work done for foreign clients generate most of the company’s revenue as almost 80% of the work carried out by EFutures are for foreign clients noted Nagendra.

The company has become the corporate choice in outsourcing both web and software development. The company places emphasis on customer satisfaction, and as such development is based on customer specifications for a software product. EFutures’ product development best practices provide enterprise clients with a singular advantage: the ability to build scalable and extendable technology solutions faster and with a much higher degree of precision.


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