Guest lecture on the topic “Nextsense successful story: Contact Tracing product innovation, design, development, marketing and international recognition”
On 10.12.2020, the guest lecturers Mr. Vasko Kronevski, the Chief Executive Officer of Nextsense and Mr. Ljupco Jovanovski, the Leader of the Innovative Project Solution have shared the Nextsense successful story: “Contact Tracing product innovation, design, development, marketing and international recognition” with the students of the course Operations and Project Management (SBEM), prof. Marija Stanojeska, PhD.
In fact, at the prestigious World Congress On Information Technology, WCIT held on November 19, 2020, in Penong Malaysia, attended by visionaries and business leaders from around the world, Nextsense, competing with a large number of companies and innovative solutions from over 80 countries, won the prestigious WITSA Global ICT Excellence Merit Award 2020 in the category of Covid-19 Best Industry solutions for its solution Nextsense Contact Tracing Technology and mobile applications StopCorona! and VirusRadar.
The value of Nextsense solution for contact tracing derives from the strong technology expertise employed in an extremely short period in delivering contact tracing solution at a service to the health authorities and the wellbeing of the citizens, without any cost for the beneficiaries and the users, while fully respecting their privacy. This solution highlights how technology, combined with technical know-how, teamwork could be used to motivate other companies to employ technology in spreading positive community practice. MASIT nominated Nextsense Contact Tracing Technology and mobile app has given the implemented innovative technology and potential for global impact. In the difficult times of Coronavirus outbreak, extremely fast response and development of contact tracing solution with implemented world-class standards for security and data protection presents a high degree of technological preparedness and expertise and demonstrates solidarity in the fight against a global health hazard.
Nextsense made available its Contact Tracing Technology and mobile app mobile application to all countries/governments worldwide for free, as their contribution to the health authorities and the society in the fight against Coronavirus. Nextsense Contact Tracing Technology is implemented in StopKorona! mobile app to North Macedonia and VirusRadar mobile app to Hungary.
In summary, the guest lecturers have presented the major challenges and perspectives of the innovative solution that show how a strong commitment to assisting the community could serve to empower the institutions in the fight against coronavirus.
Generally, the guest lectures have paid very high attention to students and after the completion of the presentation, students have opened a constructive discussion with the guests.