WomenHeart Developing a New App at ServoyWorld 2019

As WomenHeart looks to the future, one goal is to ensure that we reach as many women as possible with support and education. One way to do that is through technology. That is why WomenHeart is thrilled to be partnering with technology company Servoy, Inc and its customers to develop a new mobile app.

The new WomenHeart app, set to launch in the coming months, will increase our connection and support to the millions of women living with and at risk for heart disease. This will include faster and easier access to one-on-one support, the ability to locate the nearest support network in your area and the opportunity to join one of our virtual support networks after a major heart event. Providing access to support with a swipe on a smartphone, tablet or computer will enable WomenHeart to reach more generations of heart disease survivors.

Servoy markets a development platform that helps ISVs (independent software developers) and companies around the globe to develop (complex) apps in record time. On November 6th, at Servoy World 2019, dozens of their customers’ developers will gather in Amsterdam to donate their time and talent during a Hackathon to build the new mobile app. Servoy will also donate all proceeds from the Hackathon ticket sales to WomenHeart. Additional support will be provided by Servoy customers Jonar and iTech Professionals.

WomenHeart thanks Servoy, Jonar and iTech Professionals, as well as all the developers and companies involved in supporting our work. Follow WomenHeart on social media to see updates straight from the Hackathon in early November.

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