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InfoLogix Signs Largest International Deal to Date with Healthcare Solutions Agreement in United Arab Emirates
Date:10/4/2007

Leading Healthcare Technology Company to Provide Mobility Solutions Across

Five Hospitals in Abu Dhabi

HATBORO, Pa., Oct. 4 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- InfoLogix, Inc. (Nasdaq: IFLG), a leading technology provider of mobile enterprise solutions for the healthcare and commercial industries, announced that it has been chosen by the General Authority for Health Services, in partnership with ITQAN, a major systems integrator for businesses in the United Arab Emirates, to provide a mobile technology computing platform in Abu Dhabi.

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The agreement calls for InfoLogix to provide a healthcare mobility solution encompassing more than 600 mobile point-of-care technology devices to support the implementation of a Cerner healthcare information system across five hospitals. This represents the first phase in an overall strategy for these hospitals to move from mobility to advanced RFID solutions.

"As our largest international deal to date, this agreement provides strong momentum for our continued growth into territories such as the UAE, Europe and Asia," says Rick Hodge, Executive Vice President of InfoLogix. "In a relatively short timeframe, over 20% of the hospitals in the U.S. have come to rely on InfoLogix as their enterprise mobility partner. We're pleased to see the strong value we deliver for healthcare now being embraced in international markets."

The Middle East is regarded as one of the world's fastest growing healthcare markets, with analysts projecting the value at more than $80 billion.

InfoLogix helps enable hospitals to unlock the hidden efficiencies in their operations, while decreasing capital expenditures and achieving faster return on investment. As a leading 'single source' provider for complete enterprise mobility solutions, InfoLogix offers t
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