SUCCCE began as an idea and a project to solve a specific need at a clinic in Blekingesjukhuset (the Blekinge Hospital). As the project evolved, we have constantly been reminded of and recognized the value of working with others and to have partners in the project. Our partners are also a very good resource in the marketing of the product.
We can clearly see that we had not been able to get where we are today without partners like Fujitsu, HiQ, NICON, Avalon, Blekinge Hospital, SICAHT and BTH.
The company is owned to a 100% by Nordic Industry Consulting AB for the time being.
Partners in the project have been the consulting firms:
HiQ and Fujitsu who have helped to develop prototypes and have been involved in the development.
Avalon has been involved with their connection to Google and has contributed with knowledge of the development of smart glasses.
The value of an IT startup is not based on patents. It is based on the use that leads to potential or existing revenues.
In our technology, we have defined the central SUCCCE box protected. This central box will hold an intelligent management of decisions and alarm data received and sent it on to the right person.
In IEC TR 80001-2-5 “Guidance on distributed alarm systems” a system type called Distributed Information Systems about Alarm Conditions” (DIS) is introduced. Examples of such systems are pager systems, email systems and SMS notifications. These are typically not classified as medical devices, but should be passed through a thorough risk analysis process prior to being introduced in a medical IT network, according to the 80001-series of standards.
The SUCCCE product shows some similarities with a DIS, and is therefore likely to have to go through the risk analysis process.
Further documentation on the SUCCCE project and product is available on request. Please contact SUCCCE AB for more information.