VideoMost Helps Anet in Japan with Telemedicine and Enterprise Sales

On Friday, SPIRIT DSP — a communications technology company with software products serving more than 1 billion people in over 100 countries — announced that both Hokkaido Kin-ikyo Public Interest Association of Medical Service for Workers and Kawasaki-based SWCC SHOWA are using its VideoMost-based on-premise videoconferencing product delivered by Tokyo-based Advanced Network Systems Co (Anet).

“Telemedicine is a hot trend increasing use of video communication technologies and services as it allows for providing medical services without necessity to bring patients and medical personnel together in one place,” reads a media statement emailed to MHW.

Japan is leading the world with an average life-span of 83.7 years largely thanks to quick development and adoption of the newest medical technologies by the society.

Being one of the largest islands in Japan, Hokkaido is especially in need of delivering seamless access to health services to its population. That is why Hokkaido Kin-ikyo Public Interest Association of Medical Service for Workers have selected VideoMost®-based videoconferencing from Anet to further improve efficiency and quality of their medical services.

With proliferation of the best practices every traditional business is in need of adopting of new approaches in productivity and corporate management which help to keep pace with everyday growing competition. SWCC SHOWA, a billion-dollar business operating in the cable industry, has successfully deployed VideoMost-based videoconferencing from Anet to handle management meetings, communication with customers and partners, corporate training and many more while remarkably reducing costs of travelling.

“In partnership with service providers like Anet VideoMost helps people and businesses in Japan to be more effective and healthy,” said Andrew Sviridenko, Chairman of SPIRIT DSP.

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