01 Mar 24 10:00 AM

CodeZone Software attends 26th Annual Delta Meeting Delta Ophthalmological Society of Egypt

The Annual Conference of Ophthalmologists in Delta, affiliated with the Egyptian Delta Ophthalmological Society (DOSE), was held in Alexandria Governorate from February 29th to March 1st, 2024. CodeZone Software participated in this conference, specializing in software development, application, and the development of multiple flagship products in the field of workflow management using the latest available technologies. These systems have been successfully implemented in numerous institutions, reflecting the market's trust and reliability in CodeZone.

CodeZone was established in October 2010 and specializes in software development and application. The company has developed five flagship products: "E-Invoice, MYELIN, IZONE, PeopleZone, and CRM." These products aim to manage workflows in various fields using the latest available technologies. The company has achieved significant success in implementing these systems in multiple institutions, reflecting CodeZone's market confidence and reliability.

The 26th Annual Conference of Ophthalmologists in Delta, affiliated with the Egyptian Ophthalmological Society (DOSE), is organized. DOSE was established as a scientific society in 1996 and includes faculty members from the University of Alexandria, Tanta University, Zagazig University, and Mansoura University. DOSE has grown significantly and now includes universities such as Menoufia, Al-Azhar, and Port Said.

DOSE aims to enhance the practice of ophthalmology in the Delta region, Egypt, and the Middle East in general. This vision is achieved through a team of faculty members who strive to improve scientific meetings and scientific publishing, including the Delta Journal of Ophthalmology (DJO), first published in 2000 and available as an electronic version on the review.jow.medknow.com website since 2015.

DOSE holds an annual scientific meeting, which has been regularly organized since 1997, in addition to several sub-meetings throughout the years. The Delta Journal of Ophthalmology (DJO) serves as the scientific newsletter of DOSE, publishing articles related to ophthalmology, optics, and vision science. The journal is published quarterly, with four issues per year (every 3 months).

It is worth mentioning that DOSE is a non-profit organization registered under Egyptian law, and its funding comes from the annual subscription fees paid by members.