Rede Ímpar
Unidade Local de Saúde de Matosinhos
Sabará Hospital Infantil
Unimed Fortaleza
Santa Casa de Misericórdia da Bahia
Centro Hospitalar de São João
Pulido Valente
Notredame Intermédica
Luz Saúde
Hospital de Santa Maria
Hospital Platô
Hospital Pequeno Príncipe
Hospital LeForte

SISQUAL consolidates its presence in the Northeast of Brazil with three new hospitals

SISQUAL consolidates its presence in the Northeast of Brazil with three new hospitals



Consolidating its presence the Northeastern Region of Brazil, SISQUAL, manufacturer of Workforce Management (WFM) tools, recently conquered another 3 healthcare units in Salvador, the Aliança, the Evangélico, and the Florence hospitals. With the new units, SISQUAL® is present in 8 out of the 12 major hospitals of the Bahian capital, managing a workforce of over 20 thousand employees.


Present in the market for more than 25 years and managing more than 700 thousand professionals with its tools, SISQUAL®, of Portuguese origin, sees in the Brazilian health market a great potential and is optimistic in spite of the present political and economic scenarios. “The Brazilian health sector has one particularity when compared with other countries where we are present. The decision making of the healthcare institutions is based, above all, on two factors, references and results, which are very strong arguments for us and that have also been the reasoning behind our growth”, says the Country Sales Manager, Fernando Zucki.


Still according to this executive, “the professionalization process of the sector in Brazil has forced the institutions to optimize costs and being more efficient. The convergence of the interests of the sector and the results provided by the solutions offered by SISQUAL® is the main factor that contributes to the growth of the company in the country”.


Apart from these three new healthcare units, the multinational also is present, just in Salvador, at the São Rafael, the Santa Casa da Bahia and the Português hospitals, and at the OSID (Obras Sociais Irmã Dulce) and at the Fundação Bahiana de Cardiologia.