- Advocate Aurora Health (AAH) extends its contract with medical imaging solutions company Mach7 Technologies (M7T) for $4.3 million
- The five-year contract covers Mach7’s eUnity universal viewing solution
- AAH already uses Mach7’s vendor natural archive for storage and image data management
- On the market, Mach7 is up 1.03 per cent, trading at 98.5 cents per share
Mach7 Technologies (M7T) has licensed its eUnity universal viewing solution to
Advocate Aurora Health (AAH).
The five-year contract is worth $4.3 million and includes a software licence fee and professional services.
AAH is an integrated healthcare network headquartered in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and currently uses Mach7’s vendor natural archive for storage and image data management.
This agreement will extend Mach7’s product presence at AAH with the eUnity viewer, which will be a universal viewer across the AAH network.
The viewer will also be a full diagnostic viewer and a backup picture archiving and communication system (PACS) solution.
CEO Mike Lampron is pleased to expand its partnership with AAH.
“With the Mach7 VNA already installed, the eUnity viewing solution will give AAH the ability to access and view any image, anywhere, and serves as another great example of the additional value Mach7 can bring to our customers through the acquisition of Client Outlook,” Mr Lampron said.
“This contract is a great start to the new financial year and is a continuation of the strong sales momentum we saw in FY21.”
On the market, Mach7 was up 1.03 per cent and trading at 98.5 cents per share at 12:48 pm AEST.