News | Enterprise Imaging | December 19, 2016

eimageglobal and Client Outlook Enter Strategic Agreement to Resell eUnity Throughout China

eUnity diagnostic enterprise viewing platform will be integrated with eimageglobal’s physician/patient/scheduling platform

December 19, 2016 — Client Outlook, a provider of FDA Class II diagnostic and clinical image viewing solutions, announced recently that Chinese company eimageglobal has selected eUnity as its diagnostic enterprise image viewing platform, and both parties have formed a strategic long-term partnership. Eimageglobal’s physician/patient/scheduling platform won the China National Innovation and Entrepreneurial award this year, and the integration of eUnity allows physicians, healthcare providers and patients to have increased and timely access to critical health information.

"When we first evaluated eUnity, we were impressed by the flexible architecture and back-end, as well as its amazing speed and how easily it integrated with our platform," said Mark Liu, vice president, eimageglobal. "China has a vast population, with many of our installations having to reach the size of an entire province. Because of this we required a virtual machine architecture that could scale in the cloud to tens of thousands of users, without the need of expensive GPU server hardware. eUnity addressed this need as well as providing a rich set of features that allow our various types of users the tools they need to make the appropriate decisions for their patients." Liu also stated, "eimageglobal is also bringing our platform to the U.S. market, and the integration with the very strong eUnity brand makes our strategic partnership that much more valuable."

For more information: www.clientoutlook.com

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