News | Information Technology | June 16, 2017

RamSoft Partners with KenQuest Medical

Fulfilling the need for smart image management, storage and distribution

RamSoft Partners with KenQuest Medical

RamSoft announced its distribution partnership with KenQuest Medical. With RamSoft’s PowerServer and Gateway solutions, KenQuest Medical will offer clinics a software solution that can be customized to fit their workflow, enhance patient care, and ensure minimal downtime to fulfill their image management, storage, and distribution needs from a trusted source at competitive prices. Clinics will also benefit from a one-stop shop environment for imaging and surgical equipment.

Last fall, RamSoft implemented a plan to grow their field sales team and KenQuest Medical is one of six new channel partners signed by RamSoft in the first six months of 2017.

“The addition of RamSoft’s portfolio with its diverse product offering further enables KenQuest to satisfy our customer’s needs. KenQuest is known to be the problem-solving partner that customers rely on in today’s competitive business environment,” said Stephen J. Luibel, business development executive at KenQuest Medical.

The Las Vegas-based distributor selected RamSoft for their high quality, robust, and user-friendly RIS/PACS suite of products. One key point that separated RamSoft from other vendors was their strong reinvestment history in continued product development.

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