News | July 20, 2009

PACSGEAR's European Expansion Supports EMEAR-based PACS/EHR

July 21, 2009 – PACSGEAR, a provider of document and multimedia connectivity solutions for hospitals and healthcare facilities today announced the expansion of its European Office, located in Munich, Germany.
The new office supports PACSGEAR’s continued growth in the EMEAR region, including Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Russia.
PACSGEAR’s EMEAR-based customers will benefit from the improved responsiveness afforded by the larger space, and as sales, manufacturing and support operations can now be performed locally, explained managing director, Michael Schmidt.
PACSGEAR is relocating to Munich’s high-tech campus, Neue Balan, less than one year after its European debut in 2008. The campus’ environmentally friendly, green architecture is in accord with the company’s philosophy of eliminating paper from the healthcare process.
The company’s products have CE marking and are now available in nine European languages, including Danish, Dutch, English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish and Swedish.
For more information: www.pacsgear.com

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