TORONTO, ON – RamSoft witnessed a marked increase in requests for their PowerServer™ Cloud solutions at this year’s RSNA. More than ever before, today’s healthcare decision makers realize how data security directly impacts patient care as well as business turnover and therefore wish to transition from on-premises managed systems to the cloud.
In line with this trend, what garnered a lot of attention was RamSoft’s info session at Microsoft’s booth which recapitulated their recent webinar entitled, ‘Future-proof your practice with PowerServer™ on Cloud’. “Our single database platform allows the automation of your workflow which eliminates data entry errors and improves turnaround times. 24X7 monitoring of your data by Microsoft experts prevents the risk and hefty cost of data breach; in addition, you save on costs related to on-premise server monitoring and maintenance, hardware replacement, etc. The unlimited storage offered by our cloud solutions makes your practice scalable and future-proof,” explained Al Kappel, RamSoft’s Sales Director.
Another favorite at RSNA this year was RamSoft’s Gateway Router Advanced because of its in-demand features such as multithreading that allows multiple studies to be sent/pulled in parallel, smart pre-fetch which auto prefetches relevant priors, automated data-cleansing via DICOM scripting and custom folder management, among others. “The advantage of our solutions being developed in-house is that we can offer customizations that best fit the users’ needs. With innovation at our core, we’re constantly working towards offering our customers the best experience. If you have a DICOM problem, we can solve it,” said Vijay Ramanathan, CEO, and Founder.
RamSoft offers the leading Cloud RIS, PACS, VNA, Zero-Footprint Viewer, and Teleradiology software, enabling you to leverage the latest technology, while eliminating capital costs. Built using cutting-edge, single database technology, our radiology, mammography, and enterprise imaging software enables practices to optimize their workflow, cut costs, and overall, improve patient care.