Wipro Climbs to Number 14 in the Healthcare Informatics 100 Ranking

Wipro announced that it has been positioned at number 14 amongst the top service providers in The Healthcare Informatics 100 –  an annual ranking of Healthcare IT service providers by revenue. Based on its healthcare customer revenue, Wipro has moved up 46 positions over the last four years. The Healthcare Informatics 100 is a list that has been ranking, for over 20 years, vendors with the highest revenues derived from healthcare IT products and services earned in the U.S.

Through its technology expertise, investments in Intellectual Property and collaborations with leading industry partners, Wipro brings leading-edge technology solutions to its clients in areas such as Medicare, population health management and digital patient solutions. Wipro helps customers solve real world health problems by leveraging its healthcare domain expertise and experience in digital technologies, hyper automation and analytics.

Jeffrey Heenan Jalil, Senior Vice President and Global Head, Healthcare, Life Sciences and Services, Wipro Limited said, “We are extremely pleased to be amongst the top 15 in The Healthcare Informatics 100. It is a reflection of Wipro’s consistent effort towards the growth and continued innovation in the healthcare domain across the globe. The rise in our ranking, over the last four years, is symbolic of the immense faith that our clients have placed in us, as we apply our experience and expertise in technological innovation to serve as a catalyst for far-reaching changes in the healthcare industry. It is fulfilling to receive accolades for a mission that is leading to better healthcare outcomes and thereby, making a difference in people’s lives.”

The Healthcare Informatics 100 listing provides readers with an information resource and financial overview of vendors active in the healthcare IT market. "We believe that The Healthcare Informatics 100 offers a unique service to our industry, and is uniquely referenced by professionals throughout the field every year," said Mark Hagland, Editor-in-Chief of Healthcare Informatics.