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.
Following similar agreements with the
Irish National Medicine Verification Organisations,
Solidsoft Reply has signed an agreement to implement and operate the
National Medicines Verification System in Slovenia; ZAPAZ.
Solidsoft Reply has signed an agreement to implement and operate the Irish National Medicines Verification System with the newly incorporated, not-for-profit, Irish Medicines Verification Organisation (IMVO).
Solidsoft Reply has signed a contract to implement and operate the Danish National Medicines Verification System with the Dansk Medicin Verifikation Organisation A/S (DMVO).
Solidsoft Reply has signed a 7 year contract to implement and operate the
Swedish National Medicines Verification System with e-VIS (e-Verifikation I Sverige). e-VIS, a not for profit organisation set up specifically to implement the requirements of the
EU Falsified Medicines Directive (FMD; Directive 2011/62/EU) in Sweden.
It's stressful enough having a friend or family member die. The last thing you need to deal with is unnecessary bureaucracy. The UK Government’s own research has showed that, in order to notify a death, citizens had to contact central government and local authority departments up to 44 times. Was there a way to reduce the stress involved in this process and, at the same time, save tax-payers' money? That was the challenge presented to Solidsoft Reply by the Department of Work and Pensions.
After an extensive tender process the ESM technical team chose
Solidsoft Reply, using Microsoft Azure for the delivery platform. Solidsoft Reply was the only bidder to propose using a solution with a fully public cloud-based back-office infrastructure on Microsoft Azure with Windows 8.