INFINITT Healthcare to Expand in Middle East

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INFINITT Healthcare, a leading provider of imaging and information management solutions, announced that it has established a new global business unit to cover and serve countries of the GCC (Cooperation Council for the Arab States of the Gulf) and several countries in Africa. INFINITT Middle East and Africa (IMEA) is the eighth subsidiary of the company following North America, Japan, China, Germany, UK, Taiwan and Malaysia.

A recent survey carried out by Kuwait Finance House Research showed a total expenditure of 18 billion dollars in 2010 for hospital expansions and the importation of medical devices. Increasing at a rate of 15% per year, projections expect this market to reach more than 55 billion dollars by 2020. INFINITT Healthcare plans to address the demand for healthcare IT software and infrastructure through the development of this new business unit. INFINITT Healthcare started providing PACS product to Al Noor group of Kuwait in 2009 (3 hospitals, 2 clinics), and has received permission to establish IMEA after thorough preparation during the second half of 2010.

Sun Joo Lee, the CEO of INFINITT Healthcare, noted that IMEA will provide direct customer service to gain their satisfaction and Smart Service for long term contractors throughout the Middle East and Africa. Actually, INFINITT Healthcare has signed the first Smart Service contract with IRC (International Radiology Center) located in UAE and has been actively working to increase the Middle East market share.

Smart Service is an innovative service with the aim to improve the value of PACS for customers. It provides continuous solution upgrade and additional services during contract period including, upgrade of existing products to a next generation PACS software, free of charge.

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