Technology | June 10, 2007

Compressus Debuts OEM Version of Systems Management Dashboard

Compressus Debuts OEM Version of Systems Management Dashboard

Compressus launched its stand-alone version of the Systems Management Dashboard (SMD) that can run on virtually any system, at SIIM 2007 in Providence, RI.

The SMD enables the proactive management of an efficient Healthcare Enterprise through innovative software that provides enterprise wide monitoring, analysis, summarized graphic and tabular viewing, detailed data and alarm notices for Medical Imaging activities. The system reportedly shows administrators fast, easy to assimilate problem solving data for management of the enterprise.

The SMD provides an overview in monitoring enterprise activities and assists in identifying inefficiencies or bottlenecks. The system also provides alarms for customer set performance thresholds. The stand-alone OEM SMD reportedly utilizes an API interface OEM customer’s servers and includes a developer’s toolkit and OEM documentation to offer enterprise efficient monitoring and alarms using their own services and databases.

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