Objective Pathology Introduces MyObjective™ Digital Pathology Image Manager

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MyObjective is a vendor-neutral image manager developed to store, manage, review, annotate, share and analyze digital pathology images.

Objective Pathology, an innovator in the development of digital pathology infrastructure and software solutions today introduced MyObjective™, their next generation digital pathology image management server. The new platform offers a simple, powerful and cost-effective solution for anyone implementing a digital pathology system.

MyObjective™ is a web-enabled, vendor-neutral solution, supporting most major digital pathology image formats, and offers the ability to store, manage, share and analyze digital pathology images using one common software solution.

“Over the last several years, interoperability has been identified as one of the main barriers to adoption of digital pathology”, says Lorne Davies, Director of Business Development at Objective Pathology. “With MyObjective™, we can now provide a cost-effective, vendor-neutral solution that allows the customer to choose the scanning system that best meets their specific needs without being locked-in or limited by their image management software.”

Deployment options include on-site installation, or for those who require a cloud-based hosting solution, MyObjective™ Cloud offers all of the features of MyObjective™, but with images hosted by Objective Pathology in their secure datacenter.

More information is available at the Objective Pathology website: http://www.objectivepathology.com

About Objective Pathology

Founded in 2005, Objective Pathology is an innovator in the development of web-based digital pathology software. At Objective, we focus on providing accessible, cost-effective, high-performance digital pathology infrastructure and application software. Our network, image management, hosting, and mobile web-based applications allow pathologists, researchers and educators to connect and make digital pathology immediately accessible, regardless of location or resource limitations.

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