Sekoia wins Microsoft partner of the year Award

If you were ever in doubt, winning an award makes our heads spin. However, this particular one made us feel very proud and happy. As it was given for the best digital customer transformation. Being part of to the care sector this means Sekoia fulfilling the only thing our company was ever made to do: enabling care.

We were nominated alongside Sigma & ComAround. Thanks for competing!    


Digital Care Planning is a fast moving Trend

The Microsoft Partner Awards were held on September 25th, at the Waterfront in Stockholm. The competition is considered key in the industry, as Microsoft plays a vital role in driving the digital agenda. Supporting the digital transformation within care organisations Sekoia gets a massive backing from services provided by Microsoft. This helps move almost as fast as the market requires. Digital care planning are among those initiatives in the marketplace that gets the most attention. 

"It isn't something we were banging on. Quite frankly we were even surprised to be nominated. Our footprint is still rather humble. Luckily our effect is then somewhat more flashy. We regard this as a proof that our work is valued by our customers. And that switching to digital care planning supports their organisations to an extend that sees us receiving an award like this," CEO Mads Fischer Rasmussen explains. 

Digitisation plays a vital role
This southern Swedish municipality wants care staff using less time on admin and more time with their residents.

Join a Microsoft, Noomi and Sekoia event

In October we are inviting care organisations to a session regarding future social initiatives. The event is taking place in Stockholm.

Sign up via eventbrite, clicking this link.

The event takes place from 9-12pm and holds different speakers and Q&A sessions. See you there!

Program


09:00 - 09:15
Welcome and coffee

09:15 - 09:45 Magnus Forsberg and Microsoft says hallo

09:45 - 10:30 Johan Klingborg tells about Falkenberg municipality's experience going digital. And about their work implementing Sekoia

10:30 - 10:40 Stretch your legs!

10:40 - 10:55 Håkan Hammarbäck lets people in on Aleris' digital strategy within their care services

10:55 - 11:25 Jennifer Ivstam from Noomi unveils how caregivers work proactively with an AI generated 360 view of a resident's well-being

11:25 - 11:40 Microsoft closing

11:40 - 12:00 Lunch and networking

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