SANTA MONICA, Calif., Nov. 9, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Journal of Radiology Inc. (OTCQB: JRRD) announced its plans to establish itself as a global provider for interactive digital network tools. The company is set to meet the growing demands of its international agent network. Journal of Radiology is committed to its customer base - especially those who are demanding an international consistent set of services, cost-efficiency and automation wherever they do business. Through targeted investment, Journal of Radiology will be able to provide reliable interactive digital signage technologies to a wider customer base.
Journal of Radiology is making it a priority to develop the technologies that allow customers around the globe to operate seamlessly. "These investments are another sign of our commitment to serve our customers in the markets where they are growing or establishing their business." said Aaron Shrira, President of Journal of Radiology. "Our relentless commitment to serving the needs of global companies will be recognized by the market-place". Among the most important success criteria are long-term strategy, customer focus, quality of service, pricing and the ability to innovate.
About Journal of Radiology Inc.
Journal of Radiology Inc., a development stage interactive media display company specializing in touchless, gesture - hand and body motion enabled software solutions that combine body motion with interactive surfaces, including walls, tables, windows and floors.
About Interactive Spaces
Interactive Spaces, licensed to Journal of Radiology, is a company specializing in touchless, gesture recognition - hand and body motion enabled, multi-touch software solutions that provide an innovative new way of interfacing with consumers. This technology is rapidly becoming one of the most effective ways of engaging people in a public space – providing both entertainment and relevant information.
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