Planning the IT audit:
  • gather information and do some planning
  • gain an understanding of the existing internal control structure
As IT auditors, our tasks are:
  • Understand the Business
    • Identify the organization’s strategies and business objectives
    • Recognize the risk profile for the organization
    • Assess how the organization structures its business operations
    • Comprehend the IT service support model
  • Define the IT Universe
    • Analyze the business fundamentals
    • Isolate significant applications that sustain the business operations
    • Distinguish critical infrastructure for the significant applications
    • Appreciate the role of supporting technologies
    • Categorize major projects and initiatives
  • Perform Risk Assessment
    • Evaluate business and IT processes to identify risk
    • Assess risks and rank audit subjects using IT risk factors
    • Assess risks and rank audit subjects using business risk factors
  • Formalize Audit Plan
    • Choose audit subjects and group into distinct audit actions
    • Establish audit cycle and frequency
    • Attach appropriate actions based on management requests or opportunities for
    • consulting
    • Confirm the plan with management


A barcode is an optical machine-readable representation of data relating to the object to which it is attached. We at Protech, develop barcode systems for hospitals, which allow proper funtioning of getting details about a particular patient, solutions specimen collection and report generation, and solutions for pharmacy of the hospital.


Protech offers a wide range of RFID solutions which help many manual tasks to be performed automatically, and achieve security of objects. A major benefit of RFID solution is the simultaneous as well as automatic reading of the RFID tag without any requirement of manual labour. This also reduces the time required to finish a task.
An RFID system:
  • Reduces the time of a task
  • Reduces the effort put in to complete a task.
  • Can be used to track an objects, or a no. of objects.
  • It is an automated and efficient system.


A smart card solution is a small, pocket sized plastic card with a microchip embedded in it, that can be used to store, retrieve and output some information (as programmed by us, for the user).
It can have applications in following fields:
  • Banking
  • College campus cards
  • Attendance system etc.
This small smart card that is developed by us at Protech, can store a large amount of information related to the user it belongs to.


At Protech, we design and develop a SMS solution for businesses and individuals to use it to send bulk SMSs to every single person or the few selected people on their or contact list, with timely delivery of each SMS.
Some features of our SMS solution:
  • With a single click, you can send an SMS to everybody on your contact list.
  • Groups can be created for group-specific SMS.
  • An SMS can be scheduled to be sent on a particular day, at a particular time.
  • Fast and efficient delivery of each SMS.


Our developers, also design and develop emails solutions for businesses as well as individual requirements. What we create, is a solution with a lightweight and minimalistic design, that is easily loaded on a high network traffic day. The solution is responsive and is suitable for viewing on any screen size (Widescreen PCs, Laptops, Tablets/iPads and Mobile phones).
What we Provide:
  • Sender and Reciever options, with CC.
  • Any kind of file can be attached with mail.
  • Highly interactive interface.
  • Groups can be created.


We create resposive Websites as well as user friendly web applications. We offer reliable, scalable, fully secure websites that are completely functional.


With an exponential rise in frauds, online thefts and cyber crimes, our biometric solution offers you a reliable, efficient and an effective way to secure and authenticate your identity over the web.
Fingerprint detection, and other biometric techniques have proven to be boon for various organizations, to keep a check of the stock of goods available, or to keep an eye over the transactions being held in the company.
Our team of engineers make sure that your organization is full secure by providing you with a reliable and cost effective biometric system.


It is a physically small low-powered (both in terms of computing power and electrical power consumption) computer. It has no mechanical disk and has an operating system and a few basic applications embedded in some flash memory along with some RAM. It's been designed to effectively act as a terminal to a central server. Usually the operating system is an embedded version of Windows CE, Windows CE.NET, Windows NT or Windows XP and the "applications" are implementations for Windows Terminal Services (RDP) and Citrix ICA. 

The concept behind them is for businesses to run all of their applications on a central group of servers and have users remotely log onto a desktop session on these servers to access their applications and data. The advantages with this type of set-up are centralised management and reduced hardware cost as users only need a small, inexpensive client device (the thin terminal) instead of a fully functional desktop computer. 
  • Application scenario
  • Distruibuted Databases
  • E-mail and web browsing terminals 
  • Web Server (HTTP, DHCP) 
  • Wireless access points
  • An internet radio/music player

Thin client solutions can provide impressive cost savings in comparision to using the standard thick client approach but only if these solutions are designed, tested and deployed suitably.

It could lead to a nightmare scenario if not handled properly.

  • First stage: Design
Design is split into a Logical and a Physical design elements. Requirements gathering and analysis are the most important stages.

The logical design looks at the services and components used in developing the solution. If the logical design is not done accurately then this can have a knock on effect on other project stages, from the development of the low level design to the testing and deployments of the solution.

The physical design breaks the logical services and components into physical elements such as individual servers, including naming, addressing conventions and resilience configurations.

  • Second stage: Deployment
Deployment is made easier with an appropriate physical design, ensuring uniformity. Components utilisation are identically configured, which further reduces likelihood of problems.


Equipment Interfacing plug-ins are broadly available for all our product range. It could be a testing equipment or data middleware; our expertise in interfacing channelizes the investments and resources for optimum business performance.

What is Interfacing?
A data circuit-terminating equipment (DCE) device that sits between the data terminal equipment (DTE) and a data transmission circuit form the interfacng paradigm.

In a data station, the DCE performs functions such as signal conversion, coding, and line clocking and may be a part of the DTE or intermediate equipment. Interfacing equipment may be required to couple the data terminal equipment (DTE) into a transmission circuit or channel and from a transmission circuit or channel into the DTE.

We offer services to connect such digital equipments with signal generation capabilities to central databases using following protocols:
  • Ethernet
  • Wireless
  • RS-232
  • Soft databases
A general rule is that DCE devices provide the clock signal (internal clocking) and the DTE device synchronizes on the provided clock (external clocking). D-sub connectors follow another rule for pin assignment. When two devices, that are both DTE or both DCE, must be connected together without a modem or a similar media translator between them, a crossover cable must be used, e.g. a null modem for RS-232 or an Ethernet crossover cable.

We can conect any instrument/equipment with another equipment/instrument with or without use of middleware databses.


A picture archiving and communication system (PACS) is a medical imaging technology which provides economical storage of and convenient access to images from multiple modalities. Electronic images and reports are transmitted digitally via PACS; this eliminates the need to manually file, retrieve, or transport film jackets. The universal format for PACS image storage and transfer is DICOM (Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine).

DICOM (Digital Imaging and Communication in Medicine) standard addresses the basic connectivity between different imaging devices, and also the workflow in a medical imaging department. It also addresses distribution and viewing of medical images.

DICOM PRO is a global IT standard, used with a current structure,  designed to ensure the interoperability of systems to work together to produce, manage and distribute your images for a scalable Imaging Centre.
DICOM PRO in conjunction with right LIMS may build an enterprise level work flow oriented solution for any small to large scale health care establishment.

DICOM PRO Healthcare paradigm
  • HL7 Reference Information Model
  • Develop information linkages between the DICOM machines and HL7 standards.
DICOM PRO is also an integral part of Integrating the Healthcare Enterprise which is an initiative to help users develop approaches for integrating various medical imaging and information systems.
Web Access enabled DICOM objects

Our Multi modality DICOM viewer are available for Digital X-Ray, CT Scan, MRI Scan, PET, SPECT & Ultra Sound.

DICOM PRO is an incredibly fast to deploy and easy to maintain application front end. It acts as LMIS or PROHOSYS plug-in application. It is built to empower health care establishment to manage entire imaging requirements for such centres which are scalable too.

Contact us for scalable solutions in DICOM enabled machines.