Published: June 3, 2014
The new offices in Macedonia were inaugurated this morning by Vice Minister of Information Society and Administration Marta Arsovska Tomovska in the presence of Ivan Bartolo, the Chief Executive of 6PM plc.
The 6PM Group set up offices in Macedonia in September 2011 to benefit from the good skills of the IT professionals, the advanced culture and from the entrepreneurial spirit that exists in the country. Today there are 30 employees working for the company involved in the development of IT solutions and products in the health sector
6PM’s health products and solutions are used by several NHS Trusts in the UK. These include iFIT – the Intelligent File and Inventory Tracking system used to manage physical paper health records, supplies, medical devices and other assets; Climate-HIV – a specialised electronic patient record (EPR) system for HIV medicine; Strokepad – a comprehensive mobile tablet-based Electronic Patient Record, and ImPATHY – an information management pathology solution.
Marta Arsovska Tomovska said: ““I am very glad that I am here with you for the opening of the new 6PM offices in Macedonia. I will be more than happy if I am invited to attend other events organized by your company. The Ministry of the Information Society and Administration is open for anything your company may need in the future. We are here to cooperate and help you in any aspect.”
Ivan Bartolo said: “Today we mark another milestone at 6PM. We set up our offices in Macedonia in September 2011 and started our journey here with 10 employees. Three years later we are opening our new state of the art office in the centre of the beautiful city – Skopje, with enough space to host our 30 wonderful colleagues working in this office. 6PM has plans and ambitions to continue growing this very successful strategic 6PM office.”