News | June 02, 2008

IDC Earns Top Rankings for 100 Fastest Growing Companies

June 3, 2008 - Imaging Dynamics Company (IDC) is ranked as Canada’s sixth fastest growing company in the 20th annual PROFIT 100 by PROFIT Magazine, based on revenue growth over a five-year period.

Published in the June issue of PROFIT and online, the PROFIT 100 is reportedly Canada’s largest annual celebration of entrepreneurial achievement.

IDC’s X-Series CCD-based imaging detectors, X3C and X4C give a digital alternative to film-based X-ray. The DR’s reportedly provide a sensitivity and amplified dynamic range, anti-blooming for better image quality, reduced distortion and very low noise, lateral overflow drain to eliminate saturation artifacts and enhanced soft tissue imaging without compromising bone detail.

The IDC DR solution is designed to provide high resolution radiographic images in the digital format required for today’s EMR networks, without the use of film, environmentally harmful chemicals, cassettes or imaging plates. In addition to its number one ranking for three consecutive quarters for customer service by MD Buyline, IDC is the recipient of the 2007 Frost & Sullivan Technology Innovation Award and is among the 2007 Deloitte Technology Fast 500, which ranks the fastest growing technology, media, telecommunications and life sciences companies in North America.
For more information: www.imagingdynamics.com, www.PROFITmagazine.ca

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