News | PACS | October 08, 2015

Telemis See Global Revenues Rise 500 Percent in 10 Years

Highlights for 2015 include new international installations, extension of mobile compatibility

Telemis, global revenues, 500 percent in 10 years, PACS, MACS, GSMN, Ospedale Oftalmico Sperino

Image courtesy of Telemis

October 8, 2015 — Medical imaging company Telemis has announced results for its 2014 – 2015 financial year, with the PACS specialist delivering its 13th consecutive year of profitability on revenues that have grown almost 500 percent in a decade.

The company’s latest results follow a year in which Telemis launched a new generation of multi-platform, multi-language Multimedia Archive and Communication Systems (MACS) software while consolidating its position and growing sales with a number of the world’s leading hospitals and healthcare facilities. In addition, a customer survey at almost 200 sites worldwide saw users give the company its highest ever Net Promoter Score (68 percent) alongside a 97 percent satisfaction rating.

Telemis revenues for the year to March 31, 2015, were €8,002,157, while year-on-year net profit rose by 79 percent to €1,189,924. The company further consolidated its strong financial position with total equity at €7,056,074 and a group balance sheet of €14,969,749. Ten years ago group sales were just €1,641,907 and the total balance sheet stood at €2,664,937.

Fundamental to its solid, long-term financial performance has been the Telemis strategy to make significant ongoing investments in both research and development (R&D) and the resources needed to deliver outstanding customer service. This has allowed the company to consolidate its position with existing users as well as expand its global customer base. Earlier this year, for example, the company announced that Genolier Swiss Medical Network (GSMN), one of the world’s leading network of private clinics, had chosen a Telemis multi-platform, multi-language medical imaging solution for deployment at facilities in all three Swiss language regions. The picture archiving and communication system (PACS) solution that Telemis implemented at the GSMN clinics provides advanced technology for the instant sharing of images across PC, Mac and mobile platforms.

Other significant achievements during the year included the expansion of a PACS solution at the Ospedale Oftalmico Sperino public hospital in Turin and the creation of new opportunities through the extension of PACS capabilities for tablets and smartphones.

For more information: www.telemis.com

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