M&S Technologies to Update Smart Systems at Many Schools of Optometry

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Optometry Schools and Colleges using the M&S Smart System in their course work will be upgraded to the new 2015 software.

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M&S is dedicated to... ensuring that the ASCO schools are fully equipped as new testing algorithms become available.

M&S Technologies, the first name in computerized vision testing systems, has been a supporter of the Association of Schools and Colleges of Optometry (ASCO) for almost 10 years. The M&S Smart System is currently in use in most of the ASCO institutions.

ASCO represents all accredited schools and colleges of optometry in the fifty states and Puerto Rico. Affiliate members include the Canadian schools of optometry, other foreign schools, allied organizations, and the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.

Throughout 2015, the latest M&S software will be installed on each existing system, ensuring that ASCO students of optometry are trained with the most advanced computerized vision testing systems available on the market today.

When asked about completion of the upgrade, Joseph Marino, President and CEO, stated, “M&S is dedicated to the continuous process of keeping our products at the cutting edge of technology and ensuring that the ASCO schools are fully equipped as new testing algorithms become available.”

About M&S Technologies:
Founded in 1990, M&S Technologies is a software company specializing in visual testing systems and dedicated to developing the very best products for eye-care professionals, optometry schools and universities, and products used in clinical trials. To date, over 23,000 systems are in use across 39 countries with a growing network that includes 25 distributors and several strategic industry alliances. Superior service, industry-leading technology and products that define the cutting edge have been the hallmarks of M&S for 25 years.

For more information, please contact:
Carolyn Crabb
Marketing Coordinator
M&S Technologies, Inc.

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