Category Archives: Case Studies

Case Studies | Skidmore Wilhelm

For over 60 years, Skidmore-Wilhelm has provided testing equipment to fastener users around the world looking for answers to basic questions about torque and tension. We developed the first Bolt Tension Calibrator for the construction industry in response to their need to test high strength bolts on site. From that beginning, our line has grown […]

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Case Studies | Southeastern Railway Automation

Automation solutions are our core business, and making existing tools talk to one another helps provide our clients the highest value in our services.  One of the key values BAYWORX provides our customers is the ability to effectively work within limitations.  Sometimes they are budgetary and other times they are simply technology limitations we need […]

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BAYWORX Case Studies | Pacsgear

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Case Study: PACSGEAR Founded in 2002, PACSGEAR is the leader in PACS/EHR connectivity solutions for hospitals and healthcare facilities.  Its innovative software seamlessly integrates documents, film, video, visible light and other images from any department to any PACS/EHR.  Healthcare personnel in specialties such as radiology, cardiology, gastroenterology, dermatology, orthopedics and pathology can connect, view and […]

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BAYWORX Case Studies | BevMo!

Case Study: BevMo! Project DataBroker Beverages & more! (BevMo!) was founded in January 1994 and opened six stores in the San Francisco Bay Area during that year.  As of February 2011, BevMo! operates 110 stores: 51 in Northern California, 49 in Southern California and 10 in Arizona.  BevMo! is the the leading alcoholic beverage-lifestyle specialty retailer in the western United States and […]

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Radiology Imaging Quality Information System

Download PDF Radiology Imaging Quality Information System  A massively scalable, web-based application designed with ease of integration and imaging quality improvement at it’s core. A very large healthcare organization was struggling with a paper-based error reporting and resolution process that spanned several different sites.   Using a paper-based process was very error-prone, slow and immeasurable. Summary […]

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