CompuSoft Development Ltd. (CSD) is a software development and consulting company that helps organizations apply technology to business processes. Incorporated in January 2003, CSD quickly established its reputation, by developing PASS - Patients Appointment Scheduling System, web based referral and scheduling application for health care organizations.
CompuSoft Development Ltd. is located in Toronto/Canada, but our consultants are available to take over both in and out of country projects. We develop customized application software to fulfill needs of our clients. We focus on high quality and simple intuitive interfaces to make software best in terms of reliability and usability. We have developed softwares over various platforms on different operating systems, and have an expertise and experience in developing web based data driven web applications.
CSD's solutions enable companies immediately to enhance efficiencies throughout business operations and create a competitive advantage. Following our proven software development methodology, CSD's consultants work closely with clients to create business advantage by delivering fully integrated solutions.
NEWS: We are excited to announce partnership with Baystream Corporation - Montreal based software company, which provides business solutions that span information management, process improvement, and regulatory compliance.
The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids)
PASS - Patients Appointment Scheduling System has been in use at the SickKids' Otolaryngology Department since 2004.
MaRS Innovations/OtoSim Inc.
We are pleased to anounce CSD's involment in the development of the OtoSim™ and OphthoSim™ software, in cooperation with OtoSim Inc, MaRS Innovations, and The Hospital for Sick Kids.
OtoSim™ Otosocopy Training and Simulation System
is an integrated system that dynamically and interactively improves the accuracy of diagnosing pathologies of the ear through experiential learning.
OphthoSim™ Ophthalmoscopy Training and Simulation System
is the system that uses an Ophthalmoscope to examine the eye (retina); the underlying activity to diagnosing eye problems.