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Ray (Healthcare technology)

Ray (Healthcare technology)
2004 FOUNDED
PUBLIC STATUS
101-200 EMPLOYEES
228670 STOCK SYMBOL
$42.93 SHARE PRICE (As of Monday Closing)
Description

Ray Co Ltd is a South Korea based company engaged in providing x-ray imaging solutions in dental & medical industry. The product portfolio of the company include 3-in-1 CBCT RAYSCAN series for dental and medical, IP scanner RIOScan, intraoral sensor RIOSensor and software solutions.

Formerly Known As
CTI company
Ownership Status
Publicly Held
Financing Status
Formerly VC-backed
Primary Industry
Diagnostic Equipment
Other Industries
Other Healthcare Technology Systems
Other Devices and Supplies
Stock Exchange
KRX
Primary Office
  • 12F, 221, Pangyoyeok-ro
  • Bundang-gu
  • Seongnam-si, Gyeonggi-do 13494
  • South Korea
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Ray (Healthcare technology) Stock Performance

52 wk Range Market Cap Prev. Close EPS Average Volume Shares
$19.51 - $45.92 $286M $45.23 $1.65 123K 6.65M

Ray (Healthcare technology) Financials Summary

In Thousands,
USD
TTM
30-Sep-2019
FY 2018
31-Dec-2018
FY 2017
31-Dec-2017
FY 2016
31-Dec-2016
Enterprise Value 171,533
Revenue 60,215 46,887 29,039 22,744
EBITDA 13,069 6,825 1,691 2,034
Net Income 9,393 4,778 1,018 1,470
Total Assets 58,749 36,908 24,150 20,144
Total Debt 3,036 3,040 4,608 3,806
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Ray (Healthcare technology) Valuation and Funding

Deal Type Date Amount Post-Val Valuation/
EBITDA
Debt Status

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Ray (Healthcare technology) Executive Team (2)

Name Title Board
Seat
Contact
Info
Sangchul Lee Founder & Chief Executive Officer
Kevin Cho President