July 2013 – PathXL, a global pioneer in web-based solutions for Digital Pathology and Melbourne-based OnQ Software, a specialist provider of laboratory and life sciences solutions to the AsiaPac market, announced today a new agreement to bring PathXL’s Digital Pathology Workflow Solutions to Australia and New Zealand.
The forging of this agreement enables PathXL to benefit from OnQ’s broad experience of the local market, their extensive customer list and their strong reputation for technical excellence and customer care. The agreement will enable PathXL to develop its market presence in the region and provide a full range of consultancy, implementation and support services to end users, free from the complications of time zones and distance.
OnQ currently distributes a wide range of laboratory and life sciences software on behalf of leading healthcare IT providers. PathXL’s comprehensive range of digital pathology software applications will bring something new and complementary to OnQ’s portfolio. PathXL has developed products and workflows to address a wide range of digital pathology needs across research, education and clinical – including Routine Diagnostic Reporting, Resident Training, Frozen Sections, Remote Reporting, Image Analysis, Quality Assurance and Biobank Sample Management. PathXL has also just launched a range of tumour detection solutions to assist pathologists and laboratory staff to streamline the processes of macrodissection and increase the throughput of samples required for subsequent molecular analysis.
PathXL’s software enables users to upload, archive, search, share, collaborate, educate, analyse, score and report on huge volumes of pathology data. PathXL has been designed to coexist with a wide range of other applications. Its open and modular architecture, use of standards, adoption of best-in-class open source components helps to integrate PathXL easily with other applications so that users can enjoy the benefits of digital pathology as part of their existing workflows. As a web based platform, PathXL can be deployed locally on a customer site or provided as a managed hosted service in the cloud, enabling clients to experience the value of remote digital pathology, without the overhead of managing their own platform or the need for major capital outlay or deployed onsite.
Phillip Murray, Executive Vice President of PathXL stated
“PathXL is delighted to be working with OnQ to bring our portfolio of digital pathology applications to customers in Australia and New Zealand. As well as distributing PathXL’s software, OnQ will be able to offer customers a full range of services – tailored to local needs and delivered locally.”
Nick Gannoulis of OnQ Software, stated:
“We recognise that digital pathology is moving from an era of point solutions to much greater maturity – transforming entire workflows in education, research and ultimately clinical use. PathXL is a visionary in the field of digital pathology software and leader in workflows to support pathologists. We are delighted to be helping PathXL with its plans to grow a great business here in Australia and New Zealand”
About Path XL
PathXL specialises in web-based software and workflows for Digital Pathology. It’s PathXL™ Manager product provides a robust, secure and open web-based platform to enable digital pathology users across all fields to manage, view and collaborate around virtual slides easily and efficiently. In addition, PathXL provides a range of applications and workflows on top of PathXL™ Manager to deliver specific solutions to pathologists, scientists and students in Education, Research, Clinical and Biobanking settings. PathXL also provides a full range of supporting services, including scanning, hosting, image analysis and consultancy. PathXL operates in the UK, Europe and North America.
For more information please visit: www.pathxl.com
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