Entering the U.S. market with a new product and brand name only four years ago, EOS imaging has admirably and substantially increased its mindshare in the medical imaging community. The market's adoption of the EOS system has continued to gain momentum, with more than 20 installations in the U.S., including some of the most prestigious healthcare institutions. EOS imaging is one of the Deloitte 2013 Technology Fast 50 laureate companies.
"EOS imaging's growth in the U.S. market is in line with the company's achievements in Europe and numerous early successes and promising near-term prospects in several markets, including Japan, Singapore and China," noted Daher. "This universal acknowledgment of EOS imaging's technology and product value validates the value the company brings to the fields of radiology and orthopedics, and the broader imaging community."
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