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Partnership to Provide Cloud-Based RIS, PACS to Asia-Pacific Region

By Medimaging International staff writers
Posted on 14 Apr 2014
RamSoft (Toronto, Canada), a developer of radiology information systems (RIS), picture archiving and communication system (PACS), and teleradiology software, has partnered with LogicPlus (Adelaide, SA, Australia) to offer cloud-based PowerServer RIS and PACS technology to key countries in the Asia-Pacific region.

LogicPlus is an information and communications technology (ICT) company that provides information technology (IT) managed services infrastructure delivery and customer service. They provide managed services to large and small companies in major industry sectors, including medical, and have partnered with RamSoft to represent PowerServer Cloud exclusively in Australia and New Zealand. Logic Plus will also represent PowerServer Cloud nonexclusively in Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Philippines, and Indonesia.

PowerServer Cloud is a fully hosted, pay-per-use model for RamSoft’s feature-rich PowerServer RIS and PACS platforms. It is scalable and offers unlimited freedom so that radiology practices of all sizes can customize the solution to meet their current and future needs. LogicPlus will provide the hosting platform and IT support for radiology businesses that want to transition to fully digital workflow built on a single database without the added costs of maintaining their own IT infrastructure.

According to Marilyn Solano, director of sales and marketing for RamSoft, finding a strongICT company to support RamSoft’s cloud-based model was vital to increasing sales and growth in the Asia-Pacific region. “LogicPlus possesses a high level of expertise in providing managed services to the medical industry,” said Ms. Solano. “We are confident our partnership will herald in a new era of radiology workflow management for radiology-based businesses in Australia, New Zealand and other countries in the region.”

Jason Nagy, managing director of Logic Plus, added, “RamSoft provides a software that is mature enough to handle a large-scale enterprise, and young and agile enough to set the tone in the demanding market of radiology…By coupling RamSoft’s single-database, 100% web-based technology with our high availability data center, we will be able to improve the workflow and business processes for many radiology practices.”

LogicPlus Pty, Ltd. is an IT services company that provides hosting and managed service solutions via its own internal infrastructure and external partner data centers, software application development, virtual desktop infrastructure, Sophos network/end user/server protection, cloud-based RIS/PACS software as a service (SaaS), system maintenance, 24x7x365 support desk services with a medical sector focus.

RamSoft, Inc., an IT software and services company develops cost-effective RIS, PACS, and Teleradiology solutions for its clients worldwide. RamSoft provides a wide range of cost-effecitve and feature-rich solutions such as the PowerServer series of PACS, RIS/PACS, teleradiology, and patient information management systems.

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