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HIMSS 2013 Annual Conference & Exhibition: Retarus Inc. to Present High Value Communication Services for the Healthcare Industry

retarus Inc., a leading global provider of professional messaging services, announced today that they will be exhibiting at the upcoming Annual HIMSS (Healthcare Information & Management Systems Society) Conference & Exhibition. Showcasing Retarus’ suite of communication services for the healthcare industry, their staff will be on hand to demonstrate how email, fax, SMS, and workflow automation will optimize and increase efficiency for all business operations. From removing manual paper intensive processes for electronic medical records or lab results to streamlining patient communications, Retarus has a solution for any mission critical messaging need. The event will be held March 3-7 at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center in New Orleans.

According to Tim Valentine, Vice President of Sales North America for Retarus, "During the HIMSS Annual Conference & Exhibition, Retarus is going to present its highly efficient Messaging Services, demonstrating to companies and organizations in the healthcare industry how to optimize and accelerate their mission critical electronic business processes. Retarus can help eliminate manual processes through our Email, Fax, and SMS solutions, which will automate communications and increase efficiency in the workplace. Attendees at the HIMSS Conference will be able to learn firsthand how we're leveraging technology and adding value to healthcare organizations around the world."

As the largest healthcare conference in the United States, HIMSS brings together an industry gathering consisting of senior healthcare executives, IT program directors, healthcare information systems and technology professionals, physician and nursing informatics professionals, IT consultants, and healthcare legal and legislative professionals. Attendees have an opportunity to expand their skills and knowledge by learning from top leaders in the technology and messaging field, such as Retarus.

"We are confident this event will give attendees a chance to see firsthand how Retarus is not only simplifying business processes for our healthcare customers – but changing the way they do business," added Valentine.

Committed to delivering innovative messaging solutions to customers worldwide, Retarus is dedicated to customer focus, innovation, high quality, and transparency. Each day Retarus ensures its customers receive not only the highest quality solutions – but also best-in-class service.

Retarus will be exhibiting at the HIMSS Annual Conference and Exhibition at booth #5801. To pre-book an appointment during the show with a messaging specialist, please contact [email protected] or 201-268-5950. For additional information on HIMSS, visit: www.himssconference.org.

NOTE TO EDITORS: This press release and the accompanying graphic material can be downloaded at Retarus’s PR website www.retarus.com/us/presscenter. A printout for editorial purposes can be obtained free of charge, quoting the reference "retarus Inc.”. Legend: Tim Valentine, Vice President of Sales North America for Retarus.

About Retarus

Retarus is a leading global provider of cloud based professional messaging solutions and has been developing and offering services for electronic corporate communications since 1992. The company's customers encompass large and medium-sized corporations, with service extending to more than 3,500 worldwide customers in various sectors. Customers such as Allianz, Bayer, Honda, Sony and Adidas rely on Retarus messaging services to exchange mission-critical business documents. Retarus and its affiliates employ more than 300 dedicated professionals worldwide. Each of its employees makes Retarus' core service values customer focus, innovation, high quality and transparency their mission. In addition to it’s Headquarters in Germany and the US, Retarus maintains subsidiaries in Austria, Australia, Canada, Italy, France, Singapore, Spain, Switzerland and the United Arab Emirates. Further information is available online at www.retarus.com.

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