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January 28, 2016
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SYSTEMS / EQUIPMENT

PSI’s Universal Generator Bag

WEB TECH

Seiko’s New Site
Optisoft’s iDispense App

SYSTEMS / EQUIPMENT

PSI Intros Universal Generator/Edger Bag to Collect Swarf


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Product: Universal Generator Bag
Top Line: Practical Systems Inc. (PSI) is introducing the Universal Generator Bag, which is designed to collect swarf from lens generators and edgers.
Close Up: This bag eliminates the need to frequently scoop swarf from coolant tanks. Disposal of the swarf is made easy with a zippered top and cloth handles on the bottom of the bag. These bags are reusable made with a vinyl top and a 400-micron mesh bottom. Includes metal rods built into the bag so it will stand upright in tank.
Vital Stats: The Universal Generator Bag fits onto most generator and edger tanks. It should be used with a coolant tank bag such as PSI’s RB-Sprint bag. The bag is available in a short version, 18” H x 25” W, part #RB-GB1 and a tall version, 25” H x 18” W, part #RB-GB2.
www.LookToPSI.com; (800) 237-8154

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WEB TECH

Hoya Vision Care North America Launches Seiko Website


Product: Seikovision.com
Top Line: Hoya Vision North America is launching a website for its Seiko Optical U.S. subsidiary, www.seikovision.com.
Close Up: A portion of the site is dedicated to the Seiko Elite program, a program developed by eyecare professionals for eyecare professionals in order to help with practice growth and development. Through this program, Seiko will offer value-added services to participating eyecare practices, including marketing services, practice consulting and practice analytics.
“We are excited to see the impact of the new Seiko website,” said Gregg Fowler, vice president, sales and marketing at Hoya Vision Care. “Not only for our brand presence nationally, but for the services and benefits it allows us to offer eyecare professionals.”
Vital Stats: Hoya Corp. acquired 50 percent of Seiko Optical in March of 2014, and has since put its efforts into bringing the brand to the forefront in the U.S. Seiko launched its optical branch under the name Vista in the 1920s, while Hoya began developing lenses in 1941.
www.seikovision.com; (877) 528-1938

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Optisoft Releases Dispensing App for Opticians


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Product: iDispense
Top Line: Optisoft, which provides specialized computer solutions for independent opticians and the optical profession, is releasing iDispense, an app that streamlines the frame selection process. The app quickly captures photos and/or videos of the patient wearing their chosen frame(s) and provides simple on-screen review tools to assist them in making a final decision.
Close Up: Enter the patient's prescription and iDispense displays accurate 3D models to simulate all common generic lens materials. Compare and demonstrate that higher quality lenses produce thinner, lighter and cosmetically superior results. iDispense quickly assists the dispensing optician with explaining the benefits of higher quality lenses without big name branding. iDispense can help significantly increase dispensing revenues and averages, according to Optisoft.
Vital Stats: Calculate prices and record complete dispenses with iDispense’s order form. Record each dispense directly on the iPad quickly and easily. Common items, such as lenses, are stored for future use making the recording process more efficient and time saving. iDispense minimizes human error and eradicates handwriting legibility problems. Orders can be saved, printed, emailed and imported into your practice management system. Multiple iPads can be used to create and review all dispenses via iCloud technology.
www.optisoft.co.uk; info@optisoft.co.uk; sales: 0845 230 1230; support: 0845 230 3450

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