TenderHut a finalist in the global Microsoft Awards
TenderHut has received a distinction in the Mixed Reality category in the Microsoft Partner of The Year Awards. The Holo4Labs solution, implemented in the biggest research laboratories around the world, was appreciated by the jury of the competition
Holo4Labs - a company belonging to TenderHut Group, has been distinguished by the Redmond-based giant among 3,900 submissions from around the world. Microsoft’s annual awards are given to companies displaying innovation in the application of solutions based on its technologies. This year, finalists and laureates from over 100 countries were chosen across 58 categories.
- When we received the Partner of The Year award in the Mixed Reality category, someone could have said that it was pure coincidence that a company from Poland took a place on the podium of a competition organized by the corporation that co-created mixed reality technology. Today, we know that it was no coincidence. Although we were thinking in terms of winning during last year’s awards, I know that this appreciation of our efforts for the second time in a row is an unmistakable confirmation that we are one of the leaders in mixed reality on a global scale. We are not resting on our laurels. As a leader, we must constantly confirm our position by innovating and supporting our clients on their digital path - says Robert Strzelecki, CEO of TenderHut SA.
Last year, TenderHut Group companies involved in the development of Mixed Reality technologies, i.e. Holo4Labs and Holo4Med, carried out many new projects supporting the digital transformation of global industrial and pharmaceutical laboratories, helping in the fight against Covid19, and assisting with cancer treatment. - Microsoft’s appreciation of the work that we did over the past year is a special distinction for us and an example of how a service provider supports the innovation of its partners. It is an enormous success for the companies of TenderHut Group worked exceptionally hard. Many thanks to the team at SoftwareHut, which is our programming base, and to ExtraHut, which was responsible for the User Interface and User Experience of our interactive holograms – Karol Kujawa, CTO at Holo4Labs.
The technology developed by the Holo4Labs team makes it possible to, among other things, digitize the work of a laboratory worker, save time, and improve work safety at the laboratory. System information in the form of holograms is displayed in front of the researcher’s eyes by means of Microsoft HoloLens 2 goggles. This solution ‘frees the laboratory worker’ from the mouse and keyboard, allowing them to focus on performing the test procedure. Thanks to Holo4Labs software, it is now possible to do away with paper notes and analogue procedures and replace them with virtual support of the research process, which directly reduces the risk of error. Holo4Labs has recently signed a contract for global cooperation with LabVantage Solutions, one of the largest suppliers of laboratory IT software in the world.