French software developer Median Technologies has been selected as one of the first 50 companies to participate in the new ETIncelles Program of the French government.
French President Emmanuel Macron launched the national ETIncelles Program on 21 November at Elysée Palace. This is a strategic initiative designed to bolster the growth and development of small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) into midsized businesses. One of the program's objectives is to produce 500 companies with high growth potential into midsize businesses within Macron's second term, ending 2027.
The new program helps SMEs identify obstacles to their growth, especially administrative aspects, with the aim of better overcoming them and acting as a catalyst for the development and conversion into an intermediate-sized enterprise.
In other Median news, the company has rebranded its iBiopsy AI/machine learning tech-based suite of software as a medical devices business unit named Eyonis.