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Omega Healthcare mulls UAE expansion
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Bengaluru-headquartered Omega Healthcare, which is an offshore provider of healthcare outsourcing services, plans to explore the UAE market soon.


The company, founded in 2004 by Gopi Natarajan and Anurag Mehta, serves over 100 US healthcare companies.


"The industry itself is growing very well and there are lot of new opportunities. Hospitals are understanding more about offshore. We are witnessing a CAGR (Compound Annual Growth Rate) of 35%. Also, we are looking at exploring the Middle East market, which is at a very nascent stage," said Omega Healthcare Co-Founder and CEO Gopi Natarajan.


With over 12,500 employees, the company, which is a offshore service provider to revenue cycle management (RCM), billing services as well as healthcare IT vendors, is also in the process of coming up with its own technology.


"The technology will help coders to do better," he said.

The company's core services are medical coding and billing Revenue Cycle Management, which includes patient registration and charge posting, eligibility verification, patient calling, among others.


Apart from Bengaluru, Omega Healthcare has its presence in Trichy, Chennai, Bhimavaram, Hyderabad in India, and Manila and Cebu in the Philippines.


"We have our large operation in Trichy and there alone over 4,100 employees are working," Natarajan said.


The company recently acquired Whitespace Health, a healthcare analytics company, and it looks to expand and grow its business.



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PostPosted: Sun Oct 29, 2017 12:31 pm 
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Capgemnini Technology Services has now Occupied one more Floor at its Thennur Center thus making it into 3 Floors there

With this Increase of Floor space, they now occupy 5 Floors of Combined 62,500 sqft in its 2 Centers at Trichy

The Employee count has also increased to 1467 with this till date

Now they are looking space for their 3rd Center at Trichy

They had approched IT Park , but did not get the space in the building as IT Park Building is 100% Occupied with 6 Firms

They are now looking on into other options

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Disaster Recovery Centre (DRC) at ELCOT Trichy IT Park at a cost of Rs 60 Crores Formally opened by CM Yesterday

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A Disaster Recovery Centre (DRC), established by the Electronics Corporation of Tamil Nadu (ELCOT) at the IT Park at Navalpattu in the outskirts of the city, was declared open by Chief Minister Edappadi K.Palaniswami through video conference from Chennai on Wednesday.

The DRC has been established at a cost of Rs. 59.85 crore.

Former Chief Minister Jayalalithaa had laid the foundation for the centre in March 2016.

The DRC is mainly intended to ensure data security and avoid data loss because of man-made or natural disasters.

The Disaster Recovery Centre will be a back up of the State Data Centre, where e-governance applications of various State government departments are hosted, and ensure there is no data loss due to natural disasters or terrorist attacks.

The DRC, with replication of content at both sites, will help ensure minimal or no disruption to the e-governance services on such eventualities.

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According to sources, about 25 servers have already been established at the Centre and the number of servers will go up to 100 within five years.

Collector K. Rajamani and other officials were present at the centre during the inauguration.



source: http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper/tp-national/tp-tamilnadu/data-recovery-centre-opened-in-tiruchi/article19842603.ece



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There is never a dull moment at work and this is how Trichy does it! #Omegahealthcare #Trichy #Funatwork



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Ideas rock Startup Weekend at NIT, ‘Cocoon’ the topper


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Ideas poured in from students of NIT Trichy at the Startup Weekend organised by the institute's E-Cell which ended on Sunday.

They included 'Retila Technologies' aimed at solving communication problems with real time translation, 'Techie Helpline' looking to help budding companies find technical talent and 'Lifarm', an indoor farming solution based on hydroponics.

E-Cell NIT-Trichy is a student-run non-profit organisation which organises the weekend as an annual affair as is done worldwide.

Startup weekend is an occasion for aspiring entrepreneurs with or without an idea to come together to pitch, form a team, bond with them and work on a single idea for 54 hours. The winning team 'Cocoon' proposed an attachable shade device focussing on cyclists on the NIT Trichy campus.

NIT Trichy director Dr. Mini Shaji Thomas graced the prize distribution function. While congratulating the winners, she requested the teams and individuals to carry forward the journey and set up businesses.

She highlighted the advantages of venturing into entrepreneurship in present times when a very supportive ecosystem existed and start-ups had been given thrust by the Government of India.

Director of Centre for Entrepreneurship Development and Incubation (CEDI) NIT Trichy, G Kannabiran who is mentoring the E-Cell activities with funding and organizational support, invited members of winning teams to apply for incubation and funding support from CEDI.

CEDI at present provides incubation space, seed fund up to Rs 25 lakhs and mentoring support. The winners and participants received valuable insights about incubation opportunities from the CEDI-Sonata Entrepreneurship Fund.

The best ideas were shortlisted on day one based on their one-minute pitch. This was followed by team formation where each individual can join the idea he or she is interested in.

"This year, out of the 103 participants, 55 put forward their ideas resulting in formation of 12 teams," said event coordinator Anand Kantheti.



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StartUp Weekend-2017 Powered by Google takes off at Trichy

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Google start-up weekend got off to a start at the National Institute of Technology-Tiruchi on Friday.

Aimed at fostering entrepreneurship culture among college and university students, the event attracted about 120 participants from across the country.


Organised by the institute’s Entrepreneurship Cell, with support from CEDI (Centre for Entrepreneurship Development and Incubation), the event spanning 54 hours would expose the participants to uncertain situations in entrepreneurship and prepare them mentally to administer a start-up company.

Each of the participants would experience the highs, lows, fun, and pressure that make up life at a startup.

Alongside, they would meet top-notch mentors, investors, co-founders, and sponsors who were ready to help them get started. The number of mentors was likely to increase and the event would culminate on Sunday with the evaluation of the business plans and announcement of winners.

According to the organisers, the e-Cell would be organising a series of more resourceful and innovative events to promote entrepreneurship in the campus during the course of the year.



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Techstars Startup Weekend Trichy happening from the 15th to 17th of September 2017, is one of the most prestigious events organized in the region, by the Entrepreneurship Cell NIT Trichy in association with Techstars, Google for Entrepreneurs and CEDI-Sonata Entrepreneurship Fund.

A bustling and active initiative which takes the participants on a 54 hour long ride and leaves them exhausted, but enlightened and awestruck.

A closed door event which enables the registered 100+ participants to visualize, build and scale their idea into a feasible working business, while having some of the top industry experts and entrepreneurial mentors sitting next to them.

A few of the spectacular mentors coming down are Venky Rajendran - CEO of Sellergro, Arul Murugan - CEO of Snack experts, Dorai Thodla - Founder at I-Morph, and many such more. A room full of experts, with those soon to be.
All about this event and it’s registration details can be found at the official Facebook page of E-Cell NIT Trichy.


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Startup Weekend-Trichy 2017 Powered by Google gets Underway at Trichy from Today


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Library inauguration @ Omega Trichy


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