JERUSALEM and NEEDHAM, Massachusetts, June 26 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Oridion Systems Ltd. - (SWX: ORIDN) Oridion Medical, the leading developer and manufacturer of innovative capnography monitoring solutions, announced that it won the 2008 Manufacturers Partnership Award from IMDA, the association of medical specialty sales and marketing companies. With this award, IMDA acknowledges the Company's achievements in market development and support of its Specialty distributors (part of the Oridion Distribution Network) to increase their sales of Oridion capnography products.
The IMDA Manufacturers Partnership Award is given to the manufacturer that offers exceptional clinical and sales support, communicates frequently and openly with its Specialty distributors and responds promptly to questions, suggestions or problems. IMDA also recognized Oridion's excellent marketing as well as its active contribution to each dealer's increased revenues on the product line.
The IMDA distributor members vote on this award based on their experience with their manufacturers throughout the year. Tom Birmingham, IMDA Conference Chairman, highlighted Oridion's approach to the market by its involvement and support of major conferences and organizations like the APSF. "Oridion has high-quality support people in place and it maintains great presence at national shows," said Tom Birmingham. He added, "It also publishes excellent literature, CEU packages and educational material for the customer."
Dominic Verrilli III, Vice President of Clinical Technology, Inc. (a
leading specialty distributor of medical products in the mid-western region
of the United States) enthusiastically endorsed Oridion at the IMDA
meeting. "Oridion provides exceptional clinical and sales supports. Their
innovative Oridion Knowledge Center provides on-line clinical and sales
training that is all-encompassing, simple to access and easy to use. The
uniqueness of the "Capnography on Tour" mark
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