Chicago, IL (PRWEB) October 13, 2016
ImmersiveTouch, Inc., a leading provider of augmented reality medical imaging software, today announced the relocation and expansion of its corporate headquarters to downtown Chicago. The company signed a lease at 910 West Van Buren St. in Chicago’s vibrant West Loop neighborhood to accommodate rapid growth and future expansion plans. The new office space will provide capacity for increased customer support, engineering, sales and services and leadership functions across the company.
"ImmersiveTouch’s new office space will allow us to increase our capabilities in key areas that align with our current and future growth plans. The new space will allow us to expand our core teams to support the growth we are experiencing while giving us dedicated facilities to host customer briefings and other activities,” said Jay Banerjee, Chief Operating Officer of ImmersiveTouch. “Our team is excited about the growth we are experiencing and this move represents a commitment to continue to build on the success our team has accomplished.”
ImmersiveTouch is at the forefront of virtual reality and augmented reality applications in healthcare. The company is developing a new FDA-cleared digital surgery platform called MissionRehearsal® that allows surgeons to visualize patient anatomy by converting traditional black and white DICOM images into 3D virtual reality simulated surgeries. Frost & Sullivan recently awarded MissionRehearsal® as the most innovative simulation technology in North America. There are currently more than 30 university hospitals utilizing ImmersiveTouch technology. The enterprise software is designed to reduce operating room cost and improve how patients interact with physicians.
ImmersiveTouch Inc. is a leading augmented reality and virtual reality software company dedicated to improving healthcare. The result is a digital surgery imaging platform that allows surgeons to simulate and plan critical surgeries. ImmersiveTouch is collaborating with physicians, universities, medical societies, and industry partners to establish a new standard of care in surgery.