FourWheels will introduce its work shift schedule management app for nurses My Duty with the support from Soongsil University Startup Support Group at Gulf Information Technology Exhibition (GITEX) held at the Dubai World Trade Center on Oct. 6 to 10.
Nurses often have irregular work hours due to having shifts. It makes them difficult to make time to meet people and have personal time. My Duty was developed to solve this problem with the nurses.
Their work schedule is moved to smartphones, so it is easier to manage the schedule and even share their schedule with others. It makes their lives easier by giving them the ease of making appointments.
Jeong Seok-mo, the CEO of FourWheels, said, "My Duty is being used by the nurses all around the world. This reflects that we have solved their problem by making this app. For shift workers in other industry, the app My Shift is available, and we are on our way to expand our business with it."
Gulf Information Technology Exhibition first held in 1981 is a Middle East-African Information and Communication Technology (ICT) exhibition where 2,000 companies and 140,000 overseas buyers visit every year. A wide range of products from appliances, telecommunication devices, IT and Industry 4.0 gadgets are displayed. In addition, GITEX Future Stars will be held with 75 countries, 750 startups, 400 large investors and global accelerators.
Soongsil University Startup Support Group that participated in Gulf Information Technology Exhibition began its service with the name of SME Graduate School in 1983 was selected as the startup leading university in 2016. It is providing a systematic and high-quality startup education system and serving the role of fostering successful entrepreneurs with diverse startup support activities.