Izertis backs Galicia with the integration of the Queres consultancy
Our company has secured the integration of Queres, a company specialising in the development of document management systems, with a major presence in the eHealth sector. The Galician consultancy also has broad experience in developing work-flow automation projects in different fields, and in creating project offices.
With this acquisition, Izertis is incorporating a sectoral benchmark company into its structure, consolidated by 15 years of activity, with which it envisages the expansion of its range of services and clients, particularly in the health sector. With references including the Servicio Galego de Saúde (Galicia Health Service), the Canary Islands Health Service or the Barcelona Clínic Hospital, as well as presence in various autonomous and provincial governments, brewery and waste management companies.
Our enterprise is passionately committed to the health sector. For years we have been involved in international frontrunning projects such as 3D bioprinting corneal tissues, the pioneering project in Spain for the early diagnosis of Alzheimer’s through the retina, or the digital transformation of various benchmark hospitals in Spain.
As Pablo Martín - President and CEO of Izertis - highlights, “integrating Queres strengthens our commitment to eHealth, a growing sector which forms a fundamental part of our strategy over the coming years”.
After signing the deal, Víctor Fariña, CEO of Queres, highlighted “Izertis’s ambitious growth plan over the coming years, which opens new possibilities for developing opportunities in the eHealth sector. We want to contribute our experience and generate new synergies to secure a position as a benchmark provider”.
Each year the eHealth sector multiplies its turnover in Spain. 2019 investment figures reached over 3 billion euros, signifying two-fold growth over 2018 figures. Today, technology is present in practically all health-related fields, though there are still many implementations to perform. All of them will be co-led by Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) to evolve health care towards a more efficient and reliable model, aligned with current demands.