May 2017 news.com.au

Hearing implant maker Cochlear has agreed to buy audiology software company Sycle for $US78 million ($A106 million). The San Francisco-based Sycle owns a cloud-based management software that seamlessly integrates services for hearing professionals, which is used by more than 7,000 clinics in the US, UK and Canada. Cochlear, which will pay $US56 million ($A76 million) in cash and settle the balance over three years based on business performance, says the acquisition will be funded from existing debt facilities.

Become a Member

Become a Cicada member
For only A$10 for life, you will receive a copy of Buzz magazine and can attend events.

Latest News

VCNT - Visitors

Today 48

Yesterday 62

Week 48

Month 1591

All 32431

Currently are 37 guests and no members online

Kubik-Rubik Joomla! Extensions

Deafblindness

Here is a link to Deafblindness support and information.
They are based in Western Australia and supported by Senses Australia.

Hear For You logo

 

 

 

Hear For You web site

Vision Statement: “For all young people who
are deaf to reach their potential in life.”

Go to top
JSN Boot template designed by JoomlaShine.com
Web Analytics