Welcome to 2012 from WoundZoom!
As many of you are aware the world of electronics, or more specifically, microprocessors is a fast-changing environment. I have to admit we were caught a little off guard when Texas Instruments announced the end of life program for the processor we developed WoundZoom on. So we were faced with a difficult decision: continue on with a processor that we knew was being phased out or bite the bullet and upgrade. As you may not know, every change in processor brings along with it significant changes in software. Although in this case it didn’t mean starting over it was going to take time to prove the WoundZoom software on the new processor. It also meant that we wouldn’t be able to keep our projection of launching Wound Zoom by the end of the year.
After careful consideration we decided the benefits of the new, faster processor were in keeping with our commitment to developing and delivering the best possible technology for our customers. It also meant that we had an opportunity to take the great feedback from the Clinical Symposium in September and make our product even better. We have been updating our workflow and adding new features per your suggestions.
What does all this mean? It means that we will be introducing a new and improved WoundZoom at SAWC this spring!
All of us at WoundZoom are wishing you well during this new year. We look forward to working with you.