AME is the first Austrian small and midsize company whose Anti Bribery Management System (ABMS) got successfully audited and certified under the ISO 19600:2014 and ISO 37001:2016 standards. In 2021 AME has changed from ISO 19600:2014 to ISO 37301:2021 and got certified under this new standard.
AME’s ABMS demonstrates the firm’s Zero-Tolerance-Attitude towards Bribery and Corruption. It focuses on the management and permanent controlling of Business Partners such as suppliers and agents, and offers guidance to both employees and Business Partners on e.g. gifts, hospitality or contributions of any kind.
AME has been awarded as per ISO 9001:2000 permanently since December 4th, 2002. On December 29th 2012, AME was successfully certified again as per EN ISO 9001:2008 and on December 6th 2017, AME changed to EN ISO 9001:2015 and was successfully certified by TUEV Nord.
The scope of the Quality Management System certification covers:
Technology projects and turn-key solutions for the healthcare sector with a special focus on eHealth, medical equipment and hospital development. Services include consulting, design, implementation, integration and operation of healthcare projects.
Every year, the Austrian Chamber of Commerce (WKO) acknowledges the outstanding dedication and international commitment of Austria’s most successful export companies. In the year 2012, AME International was the proud, first-time recipient of the prestigious Export Award in the category of Trade and Commerce.
AME was awarded the State Declaration for Business Excellence by the Austrian Ministry of Economy and Labor in September 2002.
Africa Health PPP Deal of the Year 2002
IALCH Wins Award as PPP Finance Project of the year. ‘The combined efforts of the Kwa-Zulu Natal province’s Department of Health and Treasury, the PPP unit of the National Treasury, the Impilo Consortium and Rand Merchant Bank have resulted in this prestigious award. This state of the art, R 4.5 billion hospital was recognised by Euromoney’s International Project Finance Magazine for propelling South African PPP (Public Private Partnership) transactions to new levels. Not only is it the first PPP health deal concluded in South Africa, it is also the first concluded in South Africa at Provincial level and the first concluded under the new Treasury and Public Finance Management Act.’
AME Health Systems Integrator of the Year
AME International GmbH, based in Vienna Austria, has been awarded as the “Best Health System Integrator of the Year” at the Siemens Sales Partner Conference in April 2007. AME has been a long standing Partner of Siemens Medical Solutions and has now become a reseller of the very innovative Siemens Health Information System Soarian MedSuite and Syngo RIS/PACS . Since its establishment in 1995, AME has built a strong foundation as an independent service provider for complex technology projects in the healthcare industry. AME International’s core business is the implementation and operation of complex information technology solutions. The innovative, creative and flexible approach, combined with a sound financial foundation and our excellent network of technology and financing partners has enabled AME to create sustainable benefits for its clients. Together with clients and business partners, AME has lead pioneering projects in health care information technology to successful operations. With the successful strategy of creating long term business relationships, AME has achieved corporate presence across the globe with subsidiaries and affiliates in China, South Africa, Malaysia, UK and UAE. AME is also in a position to offer complete outsourcing of IT and has established contracts on a Public Private Partnership (PPP) basis whereby AME takes full responsibility not only for a successful implementation and operation of IT systems, but also ensure that state of the art technology is maintained throughout the contract period with technology refreshes and reinvestments. AME has implemented the first filmless and paperless Total Hospital Information System in South East Asia (Hospital Selayang, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia – 964 Beds) and Africa (Inkosi Albert Luthuli Central Hospital, Durban, South Africa – 840 beds) and has lead these pioneering projects to sustainable success.