January 26, 2021 10:39 am
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Charles Owen, Chief Corporate Development Officer, Persistent Systems. (Photo: File)

Persistent Systems appoints Charles Owen as Chief Corporate Development Officer

Owen holds experience in finance, legal and operations roles. Most recently, he was the founder of investment firm Ev2 Ventures
Persistent Systems CEO Sandeep Kalra

Persistent Systems appoints Sandeep Kalra as new CEO

Persistent Systems has appointed Sandeep Kalra as a new CEO replacing Christopher O’Connor's who had moved on in August this year.
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Persistent Systems renews cybersecurity contract with Trend Micro

Japanese cybersecurity firm Trend Micro said that it has been appointed by Persistent Systems to secure its VMware environments, after a successful endpoint security deployment for nearly a decade.
Persistent Systems joins Siemens partner program to push Industrial IoT

Persistent Systems joins Siemens partner program to push Industrial IoT

Persistent Systems said it has joined Siemens’ MindSphere Partner Program to deliver its Industrial IoT solutions to market. MindSphere is the cloud-based, open IoT operating system from Siemens that connects products, plants, systems, and machines.
Persistent Systems hires former IBM exe Christopher O’Connor as CEO

Persistent Systems hires former IBM exe Christopher O’Connor as CEO

Persistent Systems has appointed Christopher O’Connor as CEO. Chris will be based in the US, joining the company on February 25, 2019.
India's Persistent Systems acquires Boston-based startup Herald Health

India’s Persistent Systems acquires Boston-based startup Herald Health

Persistent Systems announced the acquisition of Boston-based startup Herald Health which deals in analyzing healthcare data.
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Persistent Systems bags contract from Ohio Department of Commerce

The Ohio Department of Commerce has selected Persistent Systems to design and build the e-licensing system for tracking various industry licenses required by the Ohio Medical Marijuana Control Program, said a statement.
The co-developed digital platform will be based on Substitutable Medical Applications & Reusable Technologies (SMART), an open, standards-based technology platform along with Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR). (Photo/Agency)

Partners HealthCare and Persistent Systems collaborate to develop open-source platform for clinical care

The four-year collaboration will bring together clinicians and researchers at Partners HealthCare with Persistent technology and product engineering expertise.
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