Digitalic (Italy) has chosen CEO of SiDLY as one of the most powerful women in technology of 2017

Digitalic (Italy) has chosen CEO of SiDLY as one of the most powerful women in technology of 2017

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CEO SiDLY, Edyta Kocyk , has been chosen one of the 15 most powerful woman in technology in 2017 by Italian magazine Digitalic. SiDLY is a part of Internet Ventures Fund since 2015. It offers a pioneer telemedicine equipment for patients requiring constant medical care, for both institutional and individual patients.
It's a pioneer and innovative telemedicine equipment for patients requiring constant medical care. SiDLY Care is a device for constant monitoring of medical parameters. SiDLY Care functionality enables remote healthcare, improves the operation of modern healthcare institutions and provides assistance to users in everyday activities. The SiDLY product may indeed revolutionise Polish healthcare institutions.

SiDLY develops biotechnologies and medical devices, it's based in Poland and works throughout Europe. Kocyk founded SiDLY in 2014 and in that year was named "Businesswoman of the Year in New Technology" and received the "Debut of the Year" award in Poland. Forbes has put her in the "30 under 30" ranking, the list of the most promising talents in the tech field.

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