Miramar, FL – August 1, 2009 - Chetu, Inc., a leading provider of world-class cost-effective Healthcare Technology solutions and services, has announced that as part of the company’s exhibition at FIME 2009, they will be hosting a cocktail reception.
Please join Chetu Thursday August 13, 2009 at YUCA, 501 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. It will be a private party for everyone involved in FIME Expo. Please come, relax and network with important decision makers in the Medical Equipment industry.
“Chetu has experienced significant growth within the healthcare technology vertical and we are excited to be sponsoring the cocktail party hosted at YUCA in conjunction with the FIME conference and expo. We are a first time vendor at FIME and look forward to introducing our cost-effective services to all in attendance” said Terry Owen, Vice President of Sales & Marketing for Chetu.
FIME is the largest international medical equipment show held in the United States. According to the expo’s organizers they are expecting record attendance this year. “I am looking forward to having visitors to our booth (#1136) from all over the world. The FIME Expo is a great opportunity to meet and talk to people on the cutting edge of medical equipment technology” said Craig Schmidt, Director of Global Sales, Healthcare & Pharmaceutical for Chetu.
Chetu is a 9-year old provider of high-quality, cost-effective IT solutions. Using its unique Best of Both Worlds delivery model, Chetu delivers world-class IT solutions for Fortune 500 companies to mid-size clientele around the globe. Chetu serves as a one-stop outsourcing partner for solutions that include process and systems design, package implementation and custom development, business intelligence and reporting, systems integration, as well as testing, maintenance and support. Chetu’s vertical specific team of engineers have years of expertise and industry Best Practices to build Customer-Centric Solutions. Chetu’s expertise spans across the entire IT spectrum and their Team size has continued to grow each of the last 9-years, despite lay-offs within the industry.