News | August 28, 2007

Merge Healthcare Announces New Channel for Diagnostic Workstation

August 29, 2007 - Merge Healthcare, a medical imaging software and services provider, announced the creation of a new eStore Affiliates program, which enables participating organizations to sell eFilm Workstation and other eCommerce products offered through Merge Healthcare's industry-leading eCommerce web site.

The eStore Affiliates program reportedly provides a new means for small to mid-size organizations to promote and sell the eFilm Workstation, a diagnostic workstation. The eStore Affiliates program represents an expansion of the eCommerce channel, which has provided a cost-effective and user-friendly way to try, buy, license and receive support for eFilm Workstation as well as future eCommerce products.

Partners who agree to the terms of the eStore Affiliate program are eligible to receive commissions for completed orders, have their own customized and branded eStore page for Merge Healthcare's solutions and will be able to provide customized and automated communications to their customers.
For more information: www.merge.com

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