Technology | September 16, 2013

Fluke Biomedical Launches Its First Mobile App

Fluke Biomedical Information Center App QA Systems/Accessories RSNA 2013

September 16, 2013 — Fluke Biomedical launched its first mobile iPad application. Designed with field service professionals in mind, the app is simple to use and offers detailed product information for all biomedical, diagnostic imaging, radiation and nuclear power products.

"We are tremendously excited to offer the new mobile app to medical device quality and safety professionals," said Mandy Allen, Field Marketing Manager for Fluke Biomedical. "The app provides our customers with fast access to product information that will help them make informed decisions and obtain expert support when needed."

With the new Fluke Biomedical Information Center App, staying current on product updates and industry news is easier and more convenient than ever before. Users can access product material any time, with or without a Wi-Fi connection, by downloading resources directly to their device.

The launch of the app marks the beginning of Fluke Biomedical's efforts to capitalize on opportunities to improve customer service in the mobile realm. Whether you are on-the-go or at the office, the app brings the fullness of expert information to your mobile tablet.

The app is free and currently available for download via the iTunes App Store. It is compatible with iPad and requires iOS 6.0 software or later.

For more information: www.flukebiomedical.com

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