Lexmark has acquired the Canadian medical software provider Claron Technology Inc. for about $37 million.
Claron offers medical image viewing, distribution and sharing and collaboration software technology. It will become a part of Lexmark's perceptive software group.
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"The acquisition of Claron further differentiates Lexmark by providing solutions to help physicians and providers view images across devices and the enterprise, enabling better collaboration and patient care," said Chairman and CEO Paul Rooke said in a printed statement on Monday.
Claron's surgical navigation component is not part of the deal. It will not transfer to Lexmark. Instead, it will operate under the name Claronav.
Lexmark International Inc. is based in Lexington, Kentucky.