Toa plans to develop software for American market:
This article was originally published in Clinica
Japanese company Toa Medical Electronics has set up a software development company in Buffalo Grove, Illinois. Sysmex InfoSystems America will cater to US customers' requirements for software products associated with the use of Toa's instruments. Toa believes it is becoming increasingly difficult to meet customer needs using software systems developed exclusively in Japan. The new subsidiary is expected to general annual revenues of Yen 400 million by 2001 and is expected to begin operations in May (Toa and Iris end litigation, see p 18).
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