Nonte, a new health tech startup spun off from Fredericton’s Populus Global Solutions, has a single early adopter for its medical research platform, and it’s the largest medical complex in the world.
Nonte has been beta-testing its platform, which allows researchers to collaborate across several disciplines, at the Texas Medical Centre in Houston, a complex of 60 medical institutions that employ 106,000 people. The parties were preparing to sign a full commercial relationship, but that process was delayed when the COVID-19 crisis broke out.
Populus CEO Tristan Rutter said that within 60 days Nonte should sign the deal and soon begin to work as well with other institutions it is meeting through its relationship with the Texas Medical Centre.
“What we provide is a better mousetrap,” said Rutter in a Zoom interview.
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