May 14, 2013 – On May 14, 2013 Frost & Sullivan honored CapsoVision with this award for the unique features and benefits of the CapsoCam SV-1, which address the existing needs in the capsule endoscopy market.
Frost & Sullivan is an international Management and Business Consultancy firm and every year they recognize companies and executives worldwide for growth, innovation and leadership. This prestigious recognition is based on an extensive and independent competitive analysis conducted by Frost & Sullivan’s industry analyst team.
CapsoVision was rated at 9 out of 10 in all aspects of the Best Practice Award Analysis. The criteria took into account unique features and functionality, and quality and complexity.
Frost & Sullivan’s Healthcare Programme Manager, Sowmya Rajagopalan, explains:
“As one of the latest entrants to the capsule endoscopy market, CapsoVision has developed a comprehensive product to address the drawbacks of visualization in the existing products. CapsoCam SV-1, has the potential to broaden its applicability beyond the current scope of anatomical surgeries. We believe that the CapsoCam SV-1 displays considerable potential for future growth in uptake.”
According to Frost & Sullivan, the innovations developed by CapsoVision matched the existing needs of the capsule endoscopy market for a capsule endoscope that has the ability to capture the entire circumference of the small bowel by non-invasive technology. In addition, the company addresses that CapsoCam SV-1 increases the functionality of the capsule endoscope diagnostic method by capturing a 360 degree view of the small bowel in high resolution images and provides ability to capture the surfaces hidden behind the folds of the lumen. These benefits provide necessary advancements in efficiency of diagnosis of the small bowel as set forth by Frost & Sullivan.
We are very proud of this achivement and are dedicated to continuing our growth and innovation.
Click here to read the official Press Release “Frost & Sullivan Honours CapsoVision for CapsoCam SV-1, its Game-changing Gastrointestinal Capsule Endoscope”.