Stella Technology Expands Software Development Services For Growing Global Customer Base

Interoperability leader delivers and deploys new solutions to market cheaper/faster with the addition of Pakistan software development team

SAN JOSE, Calif. (July 13, 2016)

Stella Technology, the leading provider of integration and collaboration solutions announced today it has recently expanded its software development team, with the acquisition of Zigron Healthcare. With a focus in health information technology services and product development, the Stella Technology team provides an unparalleled wealth of experience and core expertise in creating commercial, secure and scalable software solutions exclusively for the healthcare industry.

In 2012, Stella Technology’s in-house software development team created a solution set of interoperability services to enable healthcare organizations to better communicate, collaborate and share clinical information. The expanded software development team will complement the existing responsibilities of the seasoned team of designers, architects, healthcare domain experts and engineers in Silicon Valley and throughout the US.

With the support of its talented set of new software development engineers based in Islamabad, Pakistan, Stella Technology has significantly increased its capabilities and services to continue to offer competitive, world-class software development services including design, architecture, development and deployment of enterprise scale health information technologies. The team brings a skill set that includes web and mobile applications software development on a variety of platforms, Extract, Transform and Load (ETL), Business Intelligence (BI), quality assurance (QA), user interface and user experience design, as well as IT services, offered at competitive rates and flexible schedules to accommodate US time zones.

“We selected Stella Technology for their extensive clinical integration expertise and vast experience in developing state-of-the-art enterprise HIT applications and solutions.  Their knowledge of product management and design as well as the latest technology innovations available in the market today has made them an invaluable development partner,” said Harlan M. Krumholz, MD SM, Harold H. Hines, Jr. Professor of Medicine at Yale School of Medicine and Founder of Hugo. “Above all, they share our commitment to empowering people to be at the center of their health care.”

“Our clinical integration and collaboration services and solutions are critical to our customers, and we plan to enhance our solution set and execute on our mission to deliver a comprehensive platform of interoperability tools and solutions,” said Lalo Valdez, CEO and President, Stella Technology. “We are committed to investing in more experienced resources throughout the US and to serve other geographical markets, such as the Middle East.”

Stella Technology will continue to evolve its next generation of clinical data integration software solutions, and focus on delivering innovative and interoperable technology for its customers to meet the growing needs of the healthcare industry globally.