Varian Medical Systems buys French software firm
This article was originally published in Clinica
X-ray and radiation therapy systems maker Varian Medical Systems has paid $13m in cash for a privately owned French company that makes software to manage information in hospital cancer departments. The acquisition of Sigma Micro Informatique Conseil, of Toulouse, expands Varian's information management software business, notably allowing it to provide technology to French-speaking clinics and hospitals.
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