Konica, InSiteOne team up to offer free CR

Konica Medical Imaging and archiving services provider InSiteOne have signed a co-marketing agreement, granting InSiteOne distribution rights to Wayne, NJ-based Konica's line of CR systems. InSiteOne of Wallingford, CT, will also be able to market other Konica products, according to the companies.

For a limited time, InSiteOne will offer qualifying customers free use of one CR system for three years, after which ownership will revert to the hospital, imaging center, or medical practice, the vendors said. Customers that sign on for InSiteOne's InDex archive service will receive free use of a Konica Regius 150 system for three years.

The offering also includes 12 plates/cassettes of any size, Regius IDS+ patient registration system and CR QC kit, an Anthro support cart, a UPS, and a remote network connectivity kit. Training and installation is also included, according to the firms.

By AuntMinnie.com staff writers
July 26, 2002

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