With the medical imaging markets in advanced economies aligning slowly but surely with the consolidated, best-of-breed model promoted by Acuo, the company has been experiencing strong momentum, both in its domestic U.S. market as well as globally.
"Acuo has achieved high growth in the key global markets it has strategically targeted, including in Europe, notably in the United Kingdom," remarked Daher. "This high growth is in stark contrast with the performance of the conventional RIS/PACS market, where industry participants have been facing challenging conditions during the last three years."
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