Technology | March 09, 2009

Ziosoft Introduces Subscription Program for Advanced Visualization Software

March 9, 2009 - Ziosoft’s new monthly subscription program for its Ziostation software will allow facilities to utilize Ziosoft's thin-client system immediately without a capital investment.

In addition to the monthly subscription fee program, the company will also offer flexible purchasing plans tailored to customers' needs.

Ziostation advanced visualization software reconstructs large image data sets acquired from CT and MR systems into interactive 3D images over a unified thin-client configuration, allowing physicians to interact with these images for a more efficient and accurate diagnosis. Three-dimensional advanced visualization become a valuable tool across the enterprise. Facilities that have been waiting to purchase 3D analysis software until budgets permit, will now have immediate access to these valuable imaging tools with the new Ziosoft subscription fee option.

For more information: www.ziosoftinc.com

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