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Nihon LocalSoft Designs New Japanese Software for IRadimed Corporation's Award-Winning MRidium MRI Infusion System
Date:4/30/2008

WINTER PARK, Fla., April 30 /PRNewswire/ -- Nihon LocalSoft, a new company established by a native Japanese for the purpose of supporting US Medical Device Manufactures in localization of software, marketing efforts, and support entering the Japanese market, recently helped IRadimed Corporation (US Medical Device Manufacture) with their translations, labeling, and localized embedded text for their operating displays. It is critical for US Medical Device Manufactures to understand the Japanese market before trying to enter with American-made products. Localization of software and labeling allows manufactures to soften and tailor their approach to the market, increasing their sales penetration and speed to impact in the market.

Japan has a special regulatory process which mandates that products meet Japanese specifications before being able to sell or manufacture in their marketplace. Nihon LocalSoft has its head office in Orlando, Florida and a subsidiary corporation in Tokyo, Japan. The sales and engineering departments are equipped to support companies ranging from Fortune 100 to small start-ups. By having offices in both Tokyo and the US market, Nihon LocalSoft has the unique ability to stay in touch with the latest changes from the Ministry of Health and Welfare in Japan, keeping our localization efforts up-to-date and providing companies with the latest regulations in Japan.

Todd Weber, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for IRadimed Corporation, says, "Nihon LocalSoft helped us with a difficult software translation process of the GUI of our MRidium System for the Japanese market. We had been struggling with adding Japanese characters to the display, but Nihon LocalSoft quickly jumped in and figured out the solution; I have been very impressed ... no easy task given that the display and software were all created in the US with no initial provision for the inclusion of complex Asian fonts and characters."

Nihon LocalSoft has extensive experience in localization for Medical Devices, GUI, manuals, labeling, and in-depth knowledge of embedded systems. We can assist with a review of regulatory requirements of Japan:

-- Engineering and regulatory review with high quality assurance

-- Medical terminology translation of GUI, manuals and labeling

-- Extraction of embedded strings and replacement of such strings

-- Customization of specific character sets

-- Project management

-- Complete documentation per FDA and ISO standards

For more information regarding Nihon LocalSoft Corp. and inquiries please contact Kayoko Otsuka at kotsuka@nihonlocalsoft.com or 407-718-0076 -- http://www.nihonlocalsoft.com/service.html

For more information regarding IRadimed Corporation contact Todd Weber at tweber@iradimed.com or 407-677-8022 -- http://www.iradimed.com

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