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Nuance Acquires Commissure

October 2, 2007
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Nuance (Burlington, Mass.), a supplier of speech and imaging solutions, has acquired New York-based Commissure Inc., a medical imaging software company that provides speech-enabled radiology workflow optimization and data analysis solutions.

According to the company, the transaction will allow Nuance to broaden the capabilities of its Dictaphone solutions for the medical imaging industry, to extend the company's domain expertise in the radiology market, and accelerate revenue growth through software as service offerings.

Commissure brings to Nuance a suite of software solutions that focus on the way diagnostic exams are ordered, interpreted, documented, shared and analyzed, says the company.

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