Disruptive player on the medical imaging market, Osimis is leading the way to innovation through the use of open source software.
Next to it's consulting and custom development services, Osimis has created Lify, a web platform that enables clinical teams, radiologists and hospitals to collaborate around medical images.
With 60% of it's turnover being generated outside Belgium, Osimis is determined to go global. The team is currently 7 people strong.
At the core of Osimis's developments is Orthanc, an open source initiative driven by the CHU de Liège (Belgium), which was awarded in 2015 by the Free Software Foundation at the MIT in Boston. The source code has been downloaded over 50.000 times. All of those users are potential customers for Osimis.
Osimis is a King Baudouin Foundation Fellow. Among its awards are the 2016 Strasbourg Hacking Health Camp.
Osimis is mostly privately funded. Mic 2016, the walloon public WING fund run by SRIW took a minority participation.