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Merge offshoring jobs to "more cost-effective" workforce

Milwaukee, Wis. - Building the Merge Healthcare of tomorrow, as company president and CEO Kenneth Rardin explains, will mean offshoring 150 jobs to a "more cost effective workforce" in India.

The plan to reduce 28 percent of the financially troubled medical imaging software company's workforce in the United States, Canada, and Japan to r......

Full article >>> $16 million annually, the company said.

The reorganization plan, which includes promotions of several company executives to administer new and consolidated business units, and an expansion of its headquarters in Milwaukee, follows reported net losses of almost $227 million in the last two quarters.

This year, Merge has seen the resignations of several top executives, including c......

Full article >>> h at the management level and at least the people that are still here, really believe this had to happen, Rardin said. Its a sad week for everybody. But I think next Monday were going to have people come back in with smiles on their faces, really believing in the company, knowing we did the right thing.

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Source:wistechnology.com By Chris Fleissner 11/16/06


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