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Primary health care achieves parity between men and women.  “A difficult thing for a technology company,” highlights Ricardo Barrera – Executive Summary

Primary health care achieves parity between men and women. “A difficult thing for a technology company,” highlights Ricardo Barrera – Executive Summary

Primary Healthcare Software announced that it has achieved parity between men and women, both in the company's overall numbers and in its administrative staff.

“We are very proud to announce that primary health care has reached parity between men and women. Something difficult for a technology company but something we are proud of because it was achieved spontaneously and naturally, without imposition or quotas. It is the result of a truly inclusive culture,” highlights Ricardo Parreira. , CEO of PHC Software.

The company ensures that this achievement, as a technological achievement, is relevant and reflects that the culture and work experience adapts to the needs and challenges of each person, at different stages of life, creating space for all professionals to grow in primary health care.

The Portuguese technology company announced today that primary healthcare software sales rose by 18% in 2023, to €17.7 million, compared to the previous year, with sales breaking records for nine consecutive years.

The Portuguese multinational highlights that the sales record was driven by “the success of its management software”, namely Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Human Capital Management solution and Cloud Management.

The company also recorded an increase in the number of software users, which now stands at 170,000, as well as in the number of business customers. PHC currently works with 37,000 companies in more than 25 countries.

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