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Connecting Nearly 500 Medical Diagnostic Instruments in Bangladesh in Record Time

Diagnostic Connectivity Accelerates Progress in the Fight Against HIV, TB, COVD and Other Infectious Diseases

Diagnostic Connectivity Accelerates Progress in the Fight Against HIV, TB, COVD and Other Infectious Diseases

Medical Technologist Mohammad Minhaz Parvez, Patnitola, Naogaon

NORTHAMPTON, MASS, and JOHANNESBURG, South Africa, April 5, 2022 – SystemOne announced that it has completed a rollout of the Aspect Diagnostic Connectivity network in Bangladesh in record time, with all the installations completed in 8 weeks. SystemOne connected 469 diagnostic devices across Bangladesh, using the Aspect software to provide the Bangladesh Ministry of Health and Tuberculosis Program real-time visibility into clinical results, operational issues and the supply chain.

To accomplish this rollout in 8 weeks, SystemOne partnered with T26 Telecom, the Bangladesh National Tuberculosis Program, and local companies such as 4axiz IT, in addition to providing locally-optimized deployment kits, plug-and-play technology, and user-friendly software with local language enabled.

“SystemOne has been asked to deploy and optimize diagnostic networks in over 40 countries because our technology is both comprehensive and user-friendly,” said Chris Macek, CEO, SystemOne. “But this alone would not be enough to move as quickly as we do. The other pillar of our effectiveness is our ability to find, train and manage in-country resources.”

“A strong in-country partnership not only helps ensure rapid deployment,” said Ebne Sayeed Mohammed Imtiaz, Bangladesh Country Manager, SystemOne. “But it also helps with long-term support and service, which creates a more sustainable solution. In particular, the team from 4axiz IT has been extremely helpful and responsive in this rollout.”

“4axiz IT Ltd and SystemOne both value customer service,” said Mohammed Nasir Uddin, CEO, 4axiz IT Ltd. “Our collaboration ensured not only rapid deployment but also a more sustainable use of the ASPECT software, enabling users to benefit from SystemOne's technological expertise and 4axiz's regional knowledge and understanding.”

Medical Technologist Sabiha Akter, Kapashia, Gazipur


The system was installed in both urban and rural areas, and transmits, aggregates, and parses data from diagnostic devices used for TB, HIV, and COVID-19. The system optimizes the diagnostic network to provide clinicians and medical policy decision-makers with real-time visibility into diagnostic results. It also gives operational staff the tools they need to keep expensive devices running and well-supplied, and offers the ability to dramatically reduce time-to-treatment for patients.

With one of the highest incidences of TB cases in the world, Bangladesh is making a concerted effort to effectively combat infectious disease outbreaks and the socioeconomic burdens they create. The country is a strong advocate for achieving the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), in particular those related to climate and water resources, aid effectiveness, and education for girls.

About SystemOne:

Founded in Massachusetts in 2012, SystemOne focuses on producing solutions for disease surveillance and response. SystemOne has offices in Northampton, MA and Johannesburg, South Africa. The company’s new disease intelligence software, Aspect®, addresses numerous infectious diseases including Zika, Ebola, HIV, Malaria, Hepatitis C, TB, COVID-19, and more on a host of medical diagnostic devices.


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