InSiteOne has announced increased contract and revenue growth for its fiscal year-end in September. For the fiscal year 2005 the company's saw 88 new clients from both large scale hospitals to imaging centers and also shows growth into the orthopedics and veterinary markets. The company credits the success of its InDex storage service for the growth.
In fiscal year InSiteOne also say 55 percent increase in its year over year revenue, according to Jim Champagne, President and CEO, in a release.
"Our service scales to meet our client's needs for storage of digital mammography and new multi-slice CT without upfront investment in storage capacity. This has been an important element to the success of our clients as they continue to grow and remain competitive," said Mitchell Goldburgh, Senior VP. "Moreover the ability to remove the capital barriers for data migration from obsolete archives with our fee-for-study model has been a critical factor in the increase in our ability to consolidate storage for clients."