News | October 27, 2009

Ziosoft to Distribute 3D Advanced Visualization Software in Turkey

October 27, 2009 - Ziosoft Inc., an advanced visualization and analysis software for medical imaging company, and iMedIT, one of Turkey’s leading suppliers of PACS and teleradiology systems, today announced that they have signed an agreement for iMedIT to sell Ziosoft’s 3D advanced visualization software in Turkey.

iMedIT will offer the Ziosoft 3D advanced visualization software to clinicians throughout the hospital enterprise including radiology, cardiology and other imaging specialists. The Ziostation® thin-client solution offers advanced visualization tools including cardiac function analysis, CT brain perfusion, calcium scoring, colon analysis, advanced vessel analysis and multi-data fusion analysis.

iMedIT will debut the Ziostation system at The European Federation for Medical Informatics (EFMI) Special Topic Conference (STC) 2009 and TurkMIA Medical Informatics '09 Conference which will take place in Antalya, Turkey November 12-15 2009.

Tamer Belir, general manager of iMedIT stated, “We are very happy to introduce Ziosoft’s 3D thin-client and web based applications in Turkey. Their proven system performance, technical expertise and marketing support will be great for the Turkish radiology and PACS community. We are eager to have our first pilot installation and PACS integration.”

“We are pleased to expand our offerings to the Turkish healthcare imaging market, “said Bart Hendriks, Ziosoft’s managing director for Europe, Middle East and Africa. “Ziosoft’s advanced visualization solution will complement iMedIT’s existing PACS and teleradiology products. We look forward to working with iMedIT’s current customers as well as bringing our products to new healthcare facilities throughout Turkey.”

For more information: www.ziosoftinc.com and www.imedit.com

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