VICTORIA, BC (PRWEB) July 29, 2016
ACD Systems International Inc. launched SeePlus and SeePlus DICOM, industry-leading digital asset management and image editing solutions. The need to manage, organize, view, edit, and preserve mass amounts of digital assets is a priority concern within the corporate environment. SeePlus offers the world's best-in-class digital asset management and editing capabilities, including high performance, batch processing tools, IPTC support, and comprehensive image editing. From small to medium-sized to Fortune 500 businesses, SeePlus offers companies everything they need to ensure their data is organized, managed, and protected.
SeePlus and SeePlus DICOM offer digital asset management for PDF documents, Microsoft Office™ documents, and a variety of media files, along with speedy performance, and world-class photo editing capabilities. As Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine (DICOM) has become the international standard for conveying information in medical imaging, SeePlus DICOM provides medical professionals with flexibility and control.
Manage Mode – Access, browse, and manage your entire file collection, including OneDrive™ and DropBox™, from one centralized interface with no importing.
View Mode & Documents Mode – Browse our files by year, month, or day. Flip through PDFs and Microsoft Office™ documents and photos individually.
Edit Mode – Apply Precise adjustments and accentuate details to achieve the look you want.
See Plus DICOM Features
SeePlus DICOM offers all the features of SeePlus, plus the power of DICOM. SeePlus DICOM serves a variety of industries, including insurance, dental, and more, with viewing power for this widely-distributed healthcare messaging format.
SeePlus and SeePlus DICOM are available for a 1-month free trial, as well as information on system requirements, and more, at http://www.acdsee.com. SeePlus is available for $99.99 USD and SeePlus DICOM is available for $199.99 USD.
About ACD Systems
In the 1980s, imaging visionary, Doug Vandekerkhove foresaw the convergence of analog and digital media, and in 1993 he founded ACD Systems International Inc. to answer the call of photographers everywhere. Today, ACD Systems holds seven patents, has products translated into eleven languages, and has produced millions of ACDSee products in use in every corner of the globe. ACD Systems develops revolutionary software in offices in the United States, China, and Canada.