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Royea Joins Eklin Medical Systems as VP of Worldwide Sales
Date:2/26/2008

Healthcare Industry Veteran to Head Rapid Sales Growth of Leading DR and

Image and Data Management Developer

SANTA CLARA, Calif., Feb. 26 /PRNewswire/ -- Eklin Medical Systems, a leading developer of digital radiography (DR), PACS (Picture Archiving and Communications System) and practice management software (VIA(TM)) for veterinary care practices, today announced it has appointed Robert Royea as vice president of worldwide sales. Royea is a long-time healthcare industry executive with significant experience in medical device and PACS solutions.

"Rob joins Eklin at a critical growth point as we continue our rapid expansion in the veterinary care market," said Gary R. Cantu, president and CEO of Eklin. "With a growth rate of more than 45 percent in 2007, Eklin has become a recognized leader in digital imaging and data management systems. We look to Rob's extensive expertise in helping us drive further growth while continuing to provide state-of-the-art solutions for our clients' practice needs."

With approximately 25 years of sales and marketing management and operational experience, Royea has held senior executive positions with leading medical device and PACS companies including Acuson, AGFA Healthcare and Siemens Medical Systems. He has overseen the implementation of numerous complex business models such as hospital, computer and radiology systems (HIS, CIS, RIS) and PACS. Royea has played a key role launching new technologies world-wide in the healthcare market, including successfully growing businesses from multiple millions to more than a half billion dollars in revenues.

"The proliferation of digital technologies throughout veterinary care certainly mirrors similar growth within the human medical market which has occurred in the past few years," said Royea. "The Eklin Digital Practice(TM) provides many solutions in both digital imaging and image and data management while greatly enhancing workflow. This is
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