According to information sent to Rádio Campanário in a press release, next Wednesday 27 April, at the Parque Alentejo CIência e Técnologia (PACT), at 9:00, F3M will hold a session included in a cycle of events that the company has run through the country.
Highlighting the advantages of technology and encouraging the digitization of institutions and other bodies in the social sector are the main objectives of the initiative that F3M will promote, on April 27, in Évora, at PACT, inserted in a cycle that F3M, guiding the company in the field of technological solutions for the social area, will be held throughout the year 2022.
These sessions will focus on topics such as health, innovation, safety, information systems, dematerialisation and data protection and will take place in all district capitals and autonomous regions.
With this initiative, the company intends to give impetus and promote the modernization and technological evolution of organizations, contributing to the optimization of management and daily processes, increasing productivity and overall efficiency and, with this, promoting a better service to users.
Also in the same document we read that for Pedro Fraga, CEO of F3M, technology is now more than ever taking on a preponderant role in organizations in the social area. “We know that the social economy sector has experienced a unique dynamism and appreciation in society as a whole. It is therefore essential to develop technological solutions that further optimize all management processes in this sector.“, And in the same document also mentions that”We will also try to show how technology can have an even greater impact on these entities, showing, for example, its benefits when used in different services such as health and user care and the impact of dematerialization on the management of daily activities. . We will also attach great importance to an issue on the agenda, namely the security of data and services.“.
All sessions will be attended by experts and keynote speakers with strong knowledge and experience in the sector, addressing issues such as health information systems and information security and the GDPR in the areas of health and the social sector.
This time, in Évora, topics such as information systems and mobile technology will be discussed for wound monitoring, dematerialisation, innovation and the future and cybersecurity of technological solutions in the social sector.