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Riptide rebrands itself to reflect focus on future

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Riptide rebrands itself to reflect focus on futureRiptide Technologies is changing its name to Avreo, a variant of the Greek “avrio” meaning “tomorrow.” The New Orleans-based firm made this move to emphasize its concentration

Riptide rebrands itself to reflect focus on future

Riptide Technologies is changing its name to Avreo, a variant of the Greek “avrio” meaning “tomorrow.” The New Orleans-based firm made this move to emphasize its concentration on developing data-management solutions based on emerging technologies. Avreo launched version 1.0 of its XML-based system ARIIS (advanced radiology image and information system) in October (HNN 9/20/00) and is currently gearing up for the RSNA meeting in November.

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