FoodMarble AIRE is a breath-analysis device that tracks your fermentation levels. For some people, too much fermentation can cause digestive issues.
On 9th February 2019, the Falsified Medicine Directive came into force.
Solidsoft Reply were able to meet the needs of the
Falsified medicines directive (FMD) by building a web based application called VeriLite.
The pocket-sized Foodmarble – dubbed ‘the world’s first personal digestive tracker’ – is a portable version of a breath test machine used in hospitals.
Startup takes $1 million in pre-sales ahead of launching a new product to help the 1-in-8 people who suffer from disruptive digestive symptoms
On the 2nd of October, Breed Reply and Newgate Communication hosted a landmark IoT Investor Event at Aviva's Digital Garage in London.
X-RAIS is an AI tool for the analysis of medical images based on neural networks, developed by Laife Reply. X-RAIS supports doctors in the medical record compilation phase, automatically calling attention to suspicious areas and the related classification, with the aim of reducing the number of incorrect diagnoses and improving the efficiency of the end-to-end diagnostic process.
Amiko and Sanner partner to integrate technologies for inhaled drug delivery systems that help improve patient adherence and health outcomes.
Hardware company FoodMarble is tackling a problem that affects 1bn people worldwide.
Ticuro Reply, Healthy Reply’s telemedicine solution – which analyses behaviour and monitors vital signs – provides the technological basis for the “Meno soli sulle Alpi” project.
One Italian hospital is helping break new ground by using immersive virtual reality to help people deal with neurological problems.
Oracle OpenWorld 2015, the main Conference focused on Oracle new technologies and methodologies, Reply organises a meeting dedicated to the Oracle and Reply customers present in San Francisco.
Cluster Reply and
Solidsoft Reply take part in the Microsoft Symposium 2015. The event is open just to a selected number of Executives of the largest Italian companies and is focussed on the Internet of Things.
Santer Reply joined Medit 2014, an event dedicated to innovation and technological development in healthcare, with a focus on continuously evolving topics as eHealth, Telemedicine and ICT. The event was held in Vicenza from 10 to 11 April 2014.
Santer Reply and Starbytes participated in the eighth edition of Matching 2012, the B2B event meant to increase the entrepreneurial relashionsips in highly innovative sectors. The event was held in Rho (MI) from 26 to 28 November 2012.
Santer Reply participated in the seventh edition of Matching, the B2B event organized by Compagnia delle Opere and meant to increase the entrepreneurial relashionsips in highly innovative sectors. The event was held in Rho (Milan) from 21 to 23 November 2011.
Santer Reply, the Reply Group company specialized in the development, implementation and management of vertical application and services for Local Health Authorities, Hospitals, Municipalities and Regions, took part in the 2011 edition of TOSM held from 16 to 18 November 2011 in Turin.
Reply participated in the SAS Forum Italia 2011, the Italian forum on Business Intelligence and Business Analytics, which was held in Milan on 17 May 2011.
Santer Reply and Target Reply took part to the 2010 edition of SAS Forum, focused on the new challenges Business Intelligence and Business Analytics will have to face in the near future.
Reply promotes the evolution of the Public Administration by developing highly innovative technological solutions.
Nowadays, Health Governance is a prerequisite for matching increasingly tight budget constraints with the citizens demand for health. The IT competence, supported by adequate tools, becomes the key to build decision support systems. Acquainted with these requirements, Santer Reply has developed HeGoS (Health Governance Solution), a leading-edge information system aimed at supporting all the phases and activities related to the Health Governance.
In fact the main aim of the AnagS project is to align the health register of Sardinian citizens with the databases located at the municipalities (for population and residence data), those at the Local Health Authorities (for relations with GPs) and the register of the Ministry of Finances (for tax codes).
The EPR proposed by Santer Reply is the core component of the Integration Platform, a light tool allowing different users to consult the complete patients? medical history with no fragmentations or interruptions, according to pre-defined information access and visibility rules, configurable on the bases of the business policies.
Santer Reply participated at the EPR 2009 Expo-Conf Electronic Patient Record, a unique opportunity in Italy where a comparison with avant-garde health companies which use EPR systems as been made. The event was held in Milan on 24 and 25 March 2009.
In the field of Public Administration, Reply combines consultancy, development and management of large application projects with cutting-edge technology skills, using its experience acquired in the private sector in order to develop vertical solutions addressed both to citizens as well as to Application & Service Management services.