Kereval and three partners, Biotech Santé Bretagne, CoWork’Hit and the GCS HUGO* have joined forces to offer support services to SMEs and health establishments in their digital transformation, as part of the European Commission’s Digital Europe programme. The EDIH (European digital innovation hub) network in Brittany was selected at the end of June 2022 by the European Commission to help companies in its territory to become digital. The technical support provided to companies aims to improve their processes, products and services by using digital technologies, particularly in terms of cyber security. The aim is to enable them to test before investing by using the services of the network’s partners.

Kereval, a software test engineering laboratory, is one of the partners to which the targeted companies will have access to support them. In this context, it offers its interoperability consulting and training services, and in particular its expertise in the French health information system interoperability framework.

The SMEs and other players supported will benefit from funding allocated by the European Union to EDIH Bretagne.

This network, created by a consortium of 9 partners: Images et Réseaux, the 7 technology parks of Brittany, Biotech Santé Bretagne, Bretagne Développement Innovation, CNAM Bretagne, IMT Atlantique, INRIA, b<>com and Pôle Cyber Excellence, will rely more broadly on the skills of Breton players.

*Groupement de coopération sanitaire Hôpitaux universitaires du Grand Ouest

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