IBM has acquired Daeja Image Systems, a privately held software company with headquarters in Milton Keynes, UK. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Daeja technology makes it easier to view very large files. An insurance agent, for example, can view car accident photos and images off-site to speed up the claims review process. Or a physician can review a patient’s detailed charts or x-rays for more timely diagnosis and treatment.
Through partnering with IBM and other companies, Daeja technology is used by more than 4,000 clients, says IBM. IBM intends to incorporate Daeja into its Software Group and its Enterprise Content Management (ECM) business.