Press Releases

Jul 11, 2013


 Technology company founder Tony Blomfield says one of the biggest risks for a company breaking into the ASEAN markets can be the skittishness of other Western companies involved in the same project. Precept Health sells ‘critical care’ medical solutions into hospital intensive care units and operating theatres. The small, but swiftly-growing company’s largest footprint is in South-East Asia. Blomfield spends 75 percent of his time in Asia and has sold his systems into hospitals in Malaysia, Thailand, Brunei and Taiwan. He is in negotiations with hospitals in Vietnam, The Philippines and Indonesia.


23rd April 2012

Auckland, New Zealand

Precept Health signs on hospitals in Thailand

Precept Health has just signed a deal in Thailand that will see its revolutionary medical software and equipment implemented in hospitals in the country.


April 2012

NZ health solution finds foothold in Asia

Auckland Company Precept Health has just inked a deal to put its medical software and equipment into 39 Thai hospitals, bringing its global total to 46.


March 2012



Established in 2006, the company's critical care solutions are found in intensive care units and operating theatres around the world driving safety, improved performance and cost savings.


May 2009

Precept Health wins $20m Malaysia deal


March 2009

Precept Health takes big step into Malaysia.

A North Shore software start-up has beaten off the likes of Philips and GM to gain a toe-hold in the lucrative Asian market.


November 2008

Red Herring Magazine picked Precept Health as one of the up and coming private technology companies in Asia Pacific.  The Red Herring Asia PacificTop 100 award evaluates entrants on criteria such as financial performance, innovation, quality of management and the execution of strategy.