A strong showing from U.S. health care players, as well as international customers, supported Qliktech's Q4 Street-beating results, says the company's CEO Lars Bjork. Total revenue for the fourth quarter of 2013 was $161.8 million, an increase of 18% from last year. Total revenue in the Americas increased 26% in Q4 over last year, while European sales increased 9%. Total revenue from the so-called "Rest of World" spiked 29% over the prior year period. Bjork says the company continues to benefit from the push toward digitization in hospitals.

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