News | PACS | February 01, 2017

Intelerad Wins Category Leader Award in Global Best in KLAS Report

Award caps off a 12-month period in which Intelerad received high marks

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February 1, 2017 — Intelerad Medical Systems has been recognized in the 2017 Best in KLAS: Global Software (Non-US) report as the Category Leader for Global PACS (picture archiving and communication systems) in Canada. 

For Intelerad, the Category Leader award follows high scores given by KLAS in two reports, including the Global PACS 2016 Report. This included favorable ratings for their solutions’ functionality and seamless workflow, as well as high scores for overall product quality, image quality, cutting-edge functionality and ease-of-use. In addition, customers expressed high levels of satisfaction for having their product feedback taken into consideration, and for moving products forward in ways that exceed expectations.

In regards to professional services, KLAS findings in the Global PACS 2016 report showed that Intelerad customers report constant satisfaction from the deployment phase through to everyday use. In the 2017 Best in KLAS: Global Software (Non-US) report, Intelerad received high scores for sales and contracting, implementation and training, functionality and upgrades, and service & support.

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