News | December 25, 2007

Visage Imaging Awarded for Strategic Approach to Advanced Visualization

December 26, 2007 - Visage Imaging is the recipient of the 2007 North American Frost & Sullivan Award for Product Line Strategy Leadership in the advanced visualization market, highlighting the company’s approach to the changing market paradigms.

The company’s flagship solution Visage CS Thin Client/Server, is a scalable advanced visualization solution for hospitals and imaging centers that reportedly provides fast and consistent access to all patient images, anywhere inside and outside the enterprise, across multiple interconnected sites, and through the Internet. Visage CS supports the workflow and tools for primary interpretation, post-processing, and image distribution, and can be used as a standalone system, or act as an alternative viewer on top of an existing RIS/PACS.

The company’s PACS partners can use its embedded systems to empower their solutions with 3D imaging capabilities and develop in-house clinical applications.

Each year Frost & Sullivan presents this Award to the company that has demonstrated the most insight into customer needs and product demands. The recipient company should have optimized its product line by leveraging products with the various price, performance, and feature points required by the market.

For more information: www.visageimaging.com

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