Hospitaly Kft.

The Company

Hospitaly IT Developer Kft., the legal successor of Hospitaly Rt., was established in 2000 as a member of MAIN-Group. The products and references of its founder designing engineers have been present on the Hungarian and Western European markets since 1984.

Our company, one of the flagships of Healthcare Information Technology in Hungary, offers a complete range of integrated IT solutions for hospitals and clinics with its expert team having more than 35 years of experience in the field of system development. More than two hundred installed ERP systems and references from almost fifty healthcare institutions prove our competence.

We strive to build long-term, well-functioning and fair customer relationships through high levels of customer service and cooperation. The key to our success is openness and development, which is ensured by the synergy between our highly experienced professionals and our recent graduates.

We always welcome applications from professionals who are committed to healthcare and those who want to further strengthen our professional team.

Our experts’ team comprises chiefly graduate project engineers who have worked together over many years and form a reliable and effective team. Hospitaly Kft. owns its headquarters in Budapest and runs branch offices in two other cities (Győr and Szigetvár).

We are striving to establish long-term partnerships with our clients, based upon mutual trust.

The company’s “iKórlap” product was awarded the ‘ICT Innovation of the Year’ prize by IVSZ – The ICT Association of Hungary in 2012.

In 2014 the company purchased one of its competitors the Synergon – Inforend Kft, which resulted in the enlargement of its product portfolio, competence and national coverage (Szekszárd branch).

In 2015, we launched OncoLogistic, our oncology patient lifecycle management programme, which has been trademarked since 2016. The recognition of its development is confirmed by several peer-reviewed articles.

At the beginning of 2017, we actively participated in the live test of the Electronic Health Service Space (EESzT). The Hospitaly MedMatrix system was almost one of the first of the HIS systems to become ready for collaboration.