JTECH Medical will be closed on Monday February 15th

JTECH Medical will be closed Monday February 15th, 2016 for the Presidents day holiday

Although we will be closed, products available for purchase online (like Commander Echo) can still be purchased through the online links and store.jtechmedical.com. Answers to support related questions may be found on our Free Self Help Support Site. Urgent technical support can be obtained by calling the after hours support line. Normal business hours will resume on Tuesday, February 16th, 2015.

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Urgent Update: 11th Hour Expansion of Section 179 Tax Benefits for 2015

Path_ActThe US House of Representatives Committee on Ways and Means has passed the "Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes" (PATH) Act, which, among other things, has expanded the tax deduction for the Section 179 provision for capital purchases through December 31, 2015.
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Windows 10 statement

Microsoft has recently released Windows 10 to the public. Based on our preliminary testing, we have not found any new compatibility issues between Windows 10 and Tracker 5. However, we recommend that existing Tracker 5 system users do NOT upgrade to Windows 10 during the first few months of its release, and our development team has completed full validation testing with the new operating system.

For new users, our recommended system specifications remain the same. Users purchasing new computers for use with Tracker 5 and Tracker Freedom instruments should choose systems with AMD processors, not Intel. Please refer to our Tracker 5 system specifications document for more details

JTECH Medical Bike MS team

JTECH Medical is proud to support the National MS Foundation by sponsoring a Bike MS team. Although this is our first year sponsoring a team, we look forward to many years of this great endeavor.

June 27-28, 2015, Utah, Logan - 2015 Bike MS: Harmons Best Dam Bike Ride

Bike MS
MS is an unpredictable, often disabling disease of the central nervous system. While millions of people are affected by MS, it especially hits home when you see someone close struggle with the disease every day. Ann, the spouse of one of our employees was diagnosed with MS in 1996. Since being diagnosed, she is raising a family with two young boys, working as a teacher at a local elementary school, and struggling through each day to do the things we take for granted; like walking. Ann's 14 year old son wrote this about his decision to ride in the Bike MS event this year…

Hi, I am Tommy

I am 14 years old and I chose to ride to help my mom. My mom has MS and I see how much she struggles with it every day. Even though it is hard for her to just walk sometimes, she never complains and is always willing to help others. I wish my mom didn't have MS, but since she does, I want to be able to do something for her. This is my first time riding in this ride, but I am excited for the opportunity to show my mom how much I care about her, and do my part to hopefully find a cure. I love you mom!

We join Ann's husband, son and thousands of others in providing support for cutting-edge research, programs and services for anyone affected by MS. Ending MS means no one will receive an MS diagnosis again.

We ride for and in honor of Ann, a true example of courage, dedication, happiness and perseverance.

We believe in this cause. Every donation, even a dollar, helps. Every connection matters.

Can we count on your support?

JTECH Team Page     Make a Donation   Register to Ride

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