Mach 7 Technologies moves headquarters to Vermont

first_imgMach 7 Technologies (M7T), a global provider of flexible, PACS-neutral healthcare image management solutions, has relocated its global headquarters from suburban Chicago to greater Burlington, Vermont.  The new office location serves as the company’s base for Americas’ sales and professional service operations, and finance and administration.  The new office also houses global product management and strategic R&D functions.Located at 245 South Park Drive in Colchester, the new Vermont headquarters joins M7T’s Mumbai, India operation, home to the India sales and service team as well as its research and development engineers.  Asia (ex-India) and Middle East sales and service is based in Singapore and Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.  A growing network of distributors, system integrators, and image management vendors extend Mach 7 Technology’s reach into India, Southeast Asia and the Middle East.  The company plans further distributor expansion into Western Europe and the Far East in 2010 – 2011.About Mach 7 TechnologiesHeadquartered in Burlington, Vermont, Mach 7 Technologies is a global provider of innovative, flexible, PACS-neutral image management solutions that enable healthcare enterprises to better control, share and access medical imaging data.  Mach 7 Technologies develops software products that solve sophisticated image management challenges for hundreds of hospitals, imaging centers and clinics worldwide.  For additional information, please visit is external).SOURCE Mach 7 Technologies. BURLINGTON, Vt., June 4, 2010 /PRNewswire/ —last_img read more

Germany, as our main emitting market, expects a recovery only in August or September

first_imgAccording to the study, the coronavirus pandemic in Germany is not expected to end before August or September, reports Germany, as our main emitting market, expects a recovery only in August or September If we look at the “optimistic” estimates of the study from Germany, unfortunately we can hardly expect that there will be any tourist activities in the main tourist season. Although, of course, everyone in tourism hopes that there will still be tourist activities, realistic estimates and logic tell us that tourism will recover only in the spring of 2021. Also, there are many factors as well as too many unknowns around the coronavirus, so it is extremely difficult to plan and predict anything. According to Maniz economics professor Klaus Wälde, who co-authored the study, Germany is currently at the beginning of an epidemic and the peak of the pandemic is expected in June, while a full recovery is expected in Germany or even September. . Germany is traditionally our main emitting market, and so it was last year. The total turnover in 2019 (overnight stays) is dominated by the German market (19.5%), followed by the domestic market, followed by the markets (12.73%) Slovenia (10%) and Austria (7%). Over 2200 family accommodation service providers participated in the survey, mostly from the Primorje-Gorski Kotar, Split-Dalmatia and Istria counties. As many as 94 percent of them offer exclusively accommodation services, only 3 percent bed and breakfast, and only 2 percent are engaged in rural tourism.  And when the whole situation calms down we still don’t know if the coronavirus will return to the time of flu at the beginning of this winter, ie if it will stay or just disappear like SARS, and if scientists will find a cure for the coronavirus. Not to mention psychological fear, job losses, falling consumption, etc.… These data are “rough and optimistic forecasts”, the scientists explained at the end of the study, because the key issues related to the coronavirus pandemic have not been resolved yet and there are too many assumptions. Also, there are currently 10.366 cases of coronavirus and 146 deaths in Austria, and 802 cases and 15 deaths in Slovenia. Currently, the main issue and hope of the tourism sector is that part of the main tourist season will be saved, especially private renters, in order to achieve at least some tourist traffic and earn some money. All 16 regions in Germany were affected by the coronavirus pandemic, and according to data from 31.03.2020. in Germany, there are 62.000 cases of coronavirus infection and 583 deaths, according to data from the Robert Koch Institute RKI. The most affected regions are Hamburg, Bavaria and Baden-Württemberg, which record the most infected. If we look at the current situation around the coronavirus, where we have more questions and assumptions than answers, we can very, very optimistically expect that we will still achieve some tourist traffic in the main tourist season. A survey conducted by the Croatian Chamber of Commerce among family accommodation providers showed that over 90 percent of them feel the effects of coronavirus on business in the form of reduced bookings, and 60 percent estimate the current financial damage at up to HRK 50.000.  However, the current situation regarding the development of the coronavirus tells us that it is not realistic to expect any tourist activity this year, let alone in the main tourist season. Unfortunately, for all of us in the tourism sector, both me personally as the author of this article and the reader of the same. Although we are a car destination (78% of guests come to the destination by car, 15% by air, 4% by bus / Tomas Summer 2017) in the current situation where we are all in isolation, where borders are closed, air traffic is grounded it is difficult to expect rapid border opening and any tourist activity. Ultimately, no one knows exactly how long this crazy situation will last, and only then does the easing of measures and the gradual opening of borders begin. Also, the survey reveals to us that Germany is a key emitting market for three quarters of the surveyed renters. / / / MOST LESSORS ESTIMATE FINANCIAL DAMAGES IN THE AMOUNT OF HRK 50.000 DUE TO THE CONSEQUENCES OF CORONAVIRUS Over 90 percent of renters are feeling the effects of coronavirus on their business in the form of reduced bookings Scientists from the Universities of Mainz and Hamburg and an interdisciplinary research group have developed an “optimistic scenario” around the current development of the coronavirus epidemic in Germany. If we look at the current broader picture, unfortunately, tourism can expect an awakening only from next year, and of course not in the same numbers as before.last_img read more

Jamaican Goal Keeper, Andre Blake, Survives Injury Scare

first_imgJamaica’s talismanic goalkeeping captain, Andre Blake, is not as seriously injured as was first feared.Blake was forced out of the Gold Cup final in Santa Clara, California, half after being kicked by U.S. midfielder Kellyn Acosta as both jostled for a loose ball close to the Jamaican goal. There were jitters as Blake looked like he might have suffered a serious injury involving a potentially broken hand or wrist. But X-rays taken at Levi’s Stadium revealed no broken bones.Cut between fingers“I’ve got a cut between my middle finger and my index finger,” Blake said after the U.S. team’s 2-1 victory over Jamaica. “I got seven stitches so that’s what it is for right now, so hopefully I can get back pretty soon.”Blake was awarded the Golden Glove as the tournament’s best goalkeeper while sporting a bandage on his right hand.Stitches to be removed in 10 daysBlake entered Wednesday’s final as one of the best players in the 2017 Gold Cup. On Wednesday night he indicating another good showing. He parried a rasping shot from Jozy Altidore before suffering the injury attempting to slap the rebound away as Acosta raced in to try and score.“I wasn’t sure what it was. I just knew I got hit so I took off my glove and saw it was a pretty bad cut. I knew I wasn’t going to be able to continue, but that happens sometimes. The stitches are going to be out in 10 days, so from there on in it’s going to be a day-by-day situation to see how it feels,” Blake said. “It was pretty painful, but it’s soccer.”Blake had three clean slates in five games and was only beaten twice throughout the whole tournament. His loss proved detrimental to Jamaica Reggae Boyz who had to settle for second place behind hosts USA.last_img read more

Lewis Hamilton Eager To Extend Lead Over Sebastian Vettel In Japan

first_imgQualifying gets underway on Saturday by 8am while the Japanese Grand Prix zooms off 7am on Sunday morning.RelatedAnalysing How Ferrari Are Behind Impressive Mercedes in 2017October 20, 2017In “Formula One”How Can Lewis Hamilton Win The Formula One Title in The US?October 22, 2017In “Formula One”Hamilton Wins Again To Egde Closer to Fourth TitleOctober 8, 2017In “Formula One” Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton says he’s ready to extend his lead over Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel atop the Formula One driver’s championship as both driver’s resume hostilities in Japan this weekend.Lewis Hamilton currently holds a comfortable 34-point lead over his closest rival going into Suzuka.Hamilton though, insists he is not comfortable enough after he consolidated on his Monza victory with a win in Singapore and a strong finish over Vettel in Malaysia.Hamilton said“I am not comfortable at all. It is not that I’m not at ease either, but I want to win this thing. I might have the nail a little bit in, I’ve got to keep hammering it. It’s not done until there’s no more to push in.”Hamilton also feels that Ferrari and Red Bull especially have had stronger races in recent weeks because his car, the Mercedes W08, performs differently on every track. He affirmed though that his team at the Silver Arrows are the best in the Formula One this season.“It’s definitely dependent on track by track,” said Hamilton, who has seven race victories to his name in 2017.“You’ve seen so far in the season there have been races where we have been quicker than others, races where we’ve not had the best car and won.”“But you’ve got to look at the season: we’ve got more pole positions than anyone, we’re leading both championships and still are the best team. We are working hard as we can to continue to prove that.”last_img read more

Rachier among four Gor officials facing arrest

first_img0Shares0000Gor Mahia Chairman Ambrose Rachier.NAIROBI, Kenya, Apr 17 – The High Court in Nakuru on Tuesday issued a warrant of arrest against five Gor Mahia officials for failing to meet hotel accommodation arrears amounting to Sh500, 000.Resident Magistrate Wilson Kitur issued the orders against Gor Mahia Chairman, Ambrose Rachier, Vice Chairman, John Pesa, Secretary General Ronald Ngala, Kennedy Otieno, and Team Manager Jolawi Obondo for failing to honor a court order demanding the club to pay the hotel arrears. The officials were also required to appear in court Tuesday but they absconded.Kitur said that having failed to honor the judgment of the court in 2015, they had a chance of appearing before the court to show cause but failed.Donnies Bar and Hotel Limited sued the senior officials and wants the club chairman, Rachier to explain why he should not be subjected to civil jail for disobeying a court order directing them to pay the Sh500, 000 arrears.Through lawyer Gordon Ogola, the hotel wants the court to commit Rachier to a civil jail for failure to pay the dues despite a court order.“Gor Mahia have neglected to honor and pay the whole amount and the balance is totaling to Sh437, 080,” Ogola said.Gor are scheduled to depart Monday for South Africa to take on SuperSport United in the return leg of CAF confederation Cup.The hotel sued the record 16-time Kenyan Premier League champions in June 2017 but the club failed to enter appearance prompting the court to issue a decree ordering Gor to pay the amount.He wants the club compelled by the court to pay the arrears and cost of the suit.Gor were in Nakuru for a pre-season match friendly against Western Stima when the players stayed at the hotel.The club responded by depositing Sh100, 000 but failed to proceed to fully settle the amount.According to Ogola, the hotel rendered accommodation services to Gor Mahia team on January 19, 2015 totaling to a fee of Sh637, 080.The case will be mentioned on May 8.-By Wanjiru Macharia-0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more