IMedX to expand Indian operations
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IMedX to expand Indian operations

Tuesday, 30 November 2004, 08:00 Hrs
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BANGALORE: iMedX a US-based provider of Physician Productivity Solutions, today announced its plans to ramp up its operations in India. With a software development facility in Pune, and a back office in Hyderabad, iMedX’s Indian operations will be critical to support the company’s aggressive growth plans in the US.
"With its fine academic infrastructure and pleasant climate, Pune has the perfect environment for software development operations" said Venkat Sharma, founder of iMedX. "And Hyderabad’s wealth of healthcare domain knowledge coupled with a strong English-speaking population positions us well to acquire high quality talent to work on our sophisticated technology and support our growing base of customers".
“Hyderabad will be the customer service and back office hub for the company, controlling work from franchisees across India. The Pune development team will work on the company’s unique Java/Web Services-based platform and applications, as well as interfacing with the plethora of new devices coming into the market such as TabletPC’s, handheld and wireless devices” continues Sharma.
This new facilities are the latest developments in iMedX's expansion, whose headquarters are in Connecticut, USA. After a year of testing the market in the US, the company has gained significant traction with its technology which enables physician offices in the US to maximize revenues and increase productivity. The company’s initial product, iMedX TurboScribe is in use by hundreds of physicians across the US. It presents a rich interface to physicians offices to manage transcription workflow seamlessly across the spectrum of stakeholders in the process. The company backs up the software with transcription services provided by partners across India. The company adopts a hub-and-spoke model in working with franchisee partners in India, with the hub located in Hyderabad.


Source: IANS
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