News | March 06, 2008

Toshiba Named “Best in KLAS” for MR, CT, US

March 7, 2008 – KLAS recently named Toshiba’s Aquilion 64, Xario and Vantage 1.5T MR “Best in KLAS” in its Top 20 Year-End Report for 2007, in recognition of the company’s leadership in working with customers to maintain satisfaction.

The award gives Toshiba the top ratings in the CT, MR and ultrasound categories. At the conclusion of each year, KLAS’ Top 20 summarizes vendor performance rankings for software, professional services and medical equipment. A Best in KLAS ranking is given to each vendor who scores the highest position in its category. In 2006, Toshiba’s Aquilion 64-slice CT and Vantage 1.5T MR received top KLAS rankings. 2007 was the first year for a Best in KLAS award in ultrasound. For more information about KLAS or the Top 20 Year-End Report, visit
Reportedly, respondents in all three segments said Toshiba keeps its promises.

For more information: www.medical.toshiba.com and www.KLASresearch.com

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