Datacentrix is a complete ICT systems integrator that provides solutions and services across the areas of ICT systems, business solutions, cloud and managed services to enterprises in South Africa.

The company uses leading technologies to drive customer business strategies, unlocking efficiencies and equipping customers with valuable business insight.

Where implemented

Operations are managed from the company’s registered head office in Midrand and from regional offices in Cape Town, Port Elizabeth, East London and Durban. A state-of-the-art Logistics Centre is situated in Samrand, with service centres in George, Bloemfontein, Polokwane and eMalahleni.

Datacentrix has partnered with a leading ICT services provider in Central, East and West Africa (CEWA), extending local operations to 28 countries across sub-Saharan Africa. The partnership offers multinational customers reduced complexity in securing integrated technology systems, and seamless access to leading skills, technologies and outsourcing services.

Contribution to eHealth in SA

Datacentrix is helping to improve patient care at public sector hospitals by providing a world-class, highly customisable EIM solution, which is enabling the conversion of paper-based patient records into electronic format.

Datacentrix was awarded the business to implement an EIM strategy within the Western Cape Government (WCG) Department of Health (DoH) facilities across the province, including the deployment of an electronic patient record system at the new Mitchells Plain Hospital and a three-year EIM contract to roll out the technology to any hospitals and primary health care facilities identified by the WCG DoH across the province.

Datacentrix implemented an award-winning Electronic Patient Record (EPR) solution at Khayelitsha Hospital, and is also involved in enhancing information efficiencies at Tygerberg Hospital since 2009.

The WCG DoH’s Forensic Pathology Service (FPS) department has been working with Datacentrix since 2009 and implemented an EIM solution to save time and money while improving service delivery. The EIM solution went live across all FPS facilities in April 2010 and has become increasingly advantageous to the department with the most recent efficiency being the loading of images directly onto the system with content links sent to forensic workers.

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