The 2015 World's Leading Diagnostic Imaging Companies

The 2015 World's Leading Diagnostic Imaging Companies

  • June 2015 •
  • 700 pages •
  • Report ID: 365453 •
  • Format: PDF

Complete report $14,500.  Individual company assessments $2,450.  The report is available by company, section, market segment, and can be custom-tailored to your specific information needs and budget.


This unique study is designed to provide diagnostic imaging industry executives with strategically significant competitor information, analysis and insight crucial to the development and implementation of effective business, marketing and R&D programs. The study’s major objectives include: 


    • To establish a comprehensive, factual, annually updated and cost-effective information base

       on performance, capabilities, goals and strategies of the world’s leading diagnostic imaging

       companies. 


    • To help current suppliers realistically assess their financial, technological and marketing

       Capabilities vis-à-vis the leading competitors. 


    • To assist potential market entrants in evaluating prospective acquisition and joint venture

       candidates. 


    • To complement the organizations’ internal competitor information gathering efforts

       with strategic analysis, data interpretation and insight.


The report provides information not available from any other source, such as sales, profit,

system placement and installed base estimates by modality.


The companies analyzed in the report include:


- Analogic


- Esaote


- GE


- Hitachi


- Hologic


- Philips  


- Shimadzu


- Siemens


- Toshiba


Contains 700 pages and 75 tables

The report is available by company, section, market segment, and can be custom-tailored to your specific information needs and budget.

This unique study is designed to provide diagnostic imaging industry executives with strategically significant competitor information, analysis and insight crucial to the development and implementation of effective business, marketing and R&D programs. The study’s major objectives include: