Siemens launches PACS non-obsolescence program

February 2, 2000

Siemens launches PACS non-obsolescence programSiemens Medical Systems moved to protect its customers’ PACS networks this month when it introduced its PACS non-obsolescence program. Iselin, NJ-based Siemens expects the program to help

Siemens launches PACS non-obsolescence program

Siemens Medical Systems moved to protect its customers’ PACS networks this month when it introduced its PACS non-obsolescence program. Iselin, NJ-based Siemens expects the program to help clients upgrade hardware and software at a fixed price, allowing PACS and information technology system networks to be upgraded over their life expectancy.

Siemens’ non-obsolescence program helps customers budget for PACS upgrades, provides two weeks of product engineering consulting per year, and allows access to Siemens’ service and applications staff. The company has already signed two clients to the program in deals estimated at more than $2 million: the Cleveland Clinic has a four-year agreement, while the Children’s Medical Center of Dallas has a five-year contract.

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