H-Source Reveals New Features in Marketplace Software Platform Version 2.5

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H-Source Holdings Ltd. (CSE:HSI), a private marketplace for hospitals and surgery centers to buy and sell medical products and equipment with each other, has released version 2.5 of their marketplace software. The company has turned on revenue creation and tracking capabilities built into the marketplace platform for software version 2.5 after successful pilot tracking transactions through the system for its member hospitals.

Providing hospitals and ASCs access to medical devices, pharmaceuticals and capital equipment where members can easily perform transactions and save money, The H-Source network is a cloud-based marketplace where hospitals and ambulatory surgery centers can buy and sell excess inventory supplies and capital equipment.

"With the release of version 2.5 of our software platform, we are poised to sign up more medical facilities and expand our marketplace network in the first quarter of 2016," said John Kupice, CEO and director of H-Source. "We will have a growing network of medical facilities with a common goal to reducing operating costs and medical waste by participating in our network."

Earlier this month, the company revealed a number of positive developments in their business development summary. Some of the developments include being named preferred partner by four hospital associations, and becoming a business member of Practice GreenHealth. Currently, more than 30 hospitals are participating in the H-Source platform, including a 650-bed teaching hospital, and a university medical center.

Targeting more than 10,000 United States hospitals and surgery centers and more than 30,000 global hospitals and surgery centers, H-Source’s latest software update continues to strengthen and position their cloud-based marketplace as a necessity within the medical sector.

For more information about H-Source, visit www.h-source.com.

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