New Mexico Software, Inc. (OTCBB:NMXC), announced today the release of XR-EXpress Workstation (WS). The software is the company’s first medical product that will be released through distribution. XR-EXpress Workstation simplifies the IT process for sending DICOM, JPEG2000, and PDF documents to any server based system. The software is especially suited for the mobile radiology business, but can be used to send any type of medical file on any server on different hospital networks. The workstation software, which provides a virtual private network connection, can send images to multiple servers simultaneously, contains imaging enhancement adjustments and ties into the XR-EXpress order entry system. It will import PDF files to attach to the images from any medical imaging equipment that contains patient information. It also can queue patient cases in mobile systems without an Internet connection until the system reaches a location where Internet connectivity is available and the cases can be sent from the queue. Another important feature of the system is its ability to create patient CDs or import cases from a DICOM CD from any source. The cost of the software is less than $1,000 and is available immediately. Stork Medical is a distributor of medical equipment and is the nation’s first New Mexico Software distributor for XR-EXpress Workstation. Troy Stork, president of Stork Medical said, “We’ve worked with New Mexico Software on other medical projects and we are pleased to offer the XR-EXpress Workstation along with several companies’ products that we resell.” New Mexico Software also will make the software available on the complete line of OEM cardio vascular equipment manufactured by Nasiff Associates. Roger Nasiff, CEO, of Nasiff equipment says, “The portability of our cardio systems is ideal to have XR-EXpress Workstation sold in conjunction with our equipment.” New Mexico Software CEO Dick Govatski said, “XR-EXpress Workstation should be a very strong product for us in 2010 from both existing and new customers. We’ll have several additional products from our software group to announce soon. We saw a slight slowdown in business in late April and May while we were transitioning customers from a previous service to our TeleRad Service division, but June orders have surpassed our earlier 2010 estimates.”
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