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mediCAD® and TOYO Corporation announce their business partnership
TOYO Corporation has been contributing to Japanese industries through the provision of the world's most advanced “Measurement Technologies” as its core competence. With its wide range of products, TOYO Corporation introduces the latest measurement instruments and technologies from around the world in such areas as Information Communications, Automotive Measurements, Sustainable Energy and Environment, EMC (Electromagnetic Compatibility) Testing, Ocean Surveys, Software Quality and Productivity, and Medical Systems.
For medical institutions, the company already provides a variety of medicals solutions like diagnostic imaging software for Chest X-Ray and Mammography, X-ray-equipment and image quality improvement software. The addition of mediCAD® as a preoperative planning software perfectly completes the medical portfolio of TOYO Corporation in Japan.
“This partnership is a perfect addition to our expanding worldwide market development strategy, allowing us to offer our customers on-site support in Japan. Japan is a growing market in the field of preoperative planning in orthopedic surgery and we expect to reach out to more than 300 medical institutions”, stated Joern Seel, CEO at mediCAD Hectec, Germany. “We look forward to working with TOYO Corporation to assist their hospital customers in the care of better preoperative consulting before orthopedic surgery.”
mediCAD® is the most recognized global orthopedic planning solution for Hip, Knee, Shoulder, Long Leg or Spine surgeries that helps to ensure a high level of planning and operational quality. It is a high-performance modular software package that provides information to determine, display, calculate and document the most effective alternatives before surgery. In a compact and easily understood format and available for 2D and 3D-planning.
“The strategic partnership with TOYO Corporation is consistent with our mission to support hospitals and medical institutions across the country, and to continuously deliver better services to help support and improve the healthcare systems in Japan”, added Benjamin Strube, Head of Sales International at mediCAD Hectec.
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