Indivica. Since 2008.

Indivica was founded in the summer of 2008 with the mission to deliver the best Electronic Medical Records solution, backed by excellent service and support, and delivered at a fair price.

We are now a successful and growing Health IT solution provider, located in the heart of the theatre district in downtown Toronto. Every day, thousands of users and millions of medical records are supported by our team.

ISO 13485:2003 Certified

Indivica is an ISO 13485:2003 certified company – registration number FM 586529. ISO 13485:2003 is the quality management system standard used for medical devices. Our certification means that Indivica has undertaken an independent and in-depth audit of our quality management processes used for the design, development, deployment and support of our EMR software. This certification is one more example of Indivica’s commitment to delivering the highest quality medical management software to the over 1000+ physicians, 4000+ daily users, and 5.5+ million health records that we support.

Management Team

Neil Baimel

Neil BaimelBefore co-founding Indivica in 2008, Neil served as President and CEO of NewStep, a wireless convergence company, and as Chairman and CEO of Syndesis, a company he co-founded and grew to become the worldwide leader in service fulfillment software solutions, with revenues of US$30 million. Prior to Syndesis, Neil worked for Infomart, a joint partnership between Southam and Torstar. In his capacity as Director of Technology, he led the team that was responsible for developing the premier electronic publishing system of its time. From 1977 to 1980, he held key management positions at AES Data.

Neil holds an Honours B.Sc. in Mathematics and Physics from McGill University and a M.Sc. in Physics from the University of Toronto.

David Daley

David DaleyDavid co-founded Indivica in 2008. David has previously founded and held leadership positions in a number of innovative companies, including organizations focused on building applications to support the birth of the commercial internet (Ark Global Networking), the management of global data networks (Syndesis), enabling grid computing (Montague River), and accelerating wireless convergence (NewStep Networks). David has previously lectured at the University of Toronto.

David received his B.Sc. in Computer Science from the University of Toronto, and his CEGEP in Science and Engineering from the College militaire royal de Saint-Jean.