American computing giant Oracle has teamed up with an Egyptian non-profit organization to accelerate research efforts into cancer cures.
For decades, the National Association of Friends of the National Cancer Free Initiative (AFNCI) has been working to create quality infrastructure and drive cancer care research in Egypt in a bid to ensure early detection and patient recovery.
But with the number of cases constantly growing and more patients needing life-saving support, AFNCI has embarked on a large-scale modernization drive to increase agility and drive efficiencies across the entire organization.
As part of this, it has enlisted the support of Oracle to implement a range of analytics, mobile capabilities, security and social collaboration tools. The firm is helping AFNCI to digitize a number of core business functions across its unit, including its children’s cancer hospital.
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