Mumbai: Bodhtree Consulting Ltd, an IT consulting and software service provider, announced it has completed Rs 56 crore worth of DMMP 1 project for the Medical Council of India (MCI).
The project, expected to reach more than 550 medical colleges, aims to create a digital network facilitating data exchange across all medical institutions in the country. It also envisages converting the Indian Medical Register in the digital mode.
By delivering the first project, Bodhtree received its second contract from the MCI for DMMP 2 worth Rs 105 crore, the company said.
“Through this (first) project, there will be a digital dimension for MCI which will help to make their work easier. It is because of our sheer dedication we have again bagged the second project from MCI and I am confident the second project will also be a huge success,” Bodhtree managing director LN Ramakrishna said.