Founded in 1991 (as Alphatech International) alphaXRT now has offices in Auckland and Sydney.

alphaXRT's principal business interests are in two main categories: 

Radiotherapy and Medical physics
alphaXRT specialise in the marketing, sales, service and support of software and equipment used in the treatment of cancer. This includes medical devices that are used in training hospital staff and in the routine treatment of patients, quality assurance and test tools that are used to check and monitor the clinical energies delivered, and patient positioning and immobilisation equipment.

Electromagnets for particle accelerators
alphaXRT also manage the project design, manufacture and supply of a range of beam-line equipment to steer, focus, or filter high-energy particle beams. Such equipment includes beam-line electromagnets, Wein filters and electrostatic analyzers that are used in linear accelerator installations worldwide. 

2012
• Vertual “International Distributor of the Year”
• Sun Nuclear “International Distributor of the Year”
• Standard Imaging “International Distributor of the Year”
• CIVCO “International Distributor of the Year”
• Installation of four Vertual training systems in Australia

2011
• Largest ever Australasian commercial Radiotherapy Users meeting (Sydney 219 Attendees)
• First installation of Clarity™ 3D soft tissue imaging system in Australia
• First installation of Vertual training systems in Australia
• CIVCO “International Distributor of the Year”

2010
• 1st combined Elekta Users Meeting
• TGA certification for sales of IsoAid I-125 seed kits
• Sun Nuclear Award of Excellence (only 2 given worldwide)
• CIVCO “International Distributor of the Year”
• Sale of X-RAD 320 to University of New South Wales

2009
• Sun Nuclear Award of Excellence (only 2 given worldwide)
• CIVCO “International Distributor of the Year”
• Sale of X-RAD 320 to Australian National University - John Curtin School Medical Research

2008
• Elekta acquires Computerised Medical Systems (CMS) and confirms CMS Alphatech as distributor in Australasia
• CIVCO “International Distributor of the Year”
• Sale of X-RAD 320 to Garvan Institute of Medical Research

2007
• First CMS Monaco installation in Australasia
• First Sun Nuclear User Meeting in Australasia
• First-equal in number of primary-use treatment planning systems in Australasia
• CIVCO “International Distributor of the Year”

2006
• Completed $6M contract to design and manufacture magnets for the Australian Synchrotron
• CIVCO “International Distributor of the Year”
• Sale of X-RAD 320 to Millennium Institute at Westmead

2005
• CMS Alphatech named as a finalist in 'Services' category of NZ Export Awards
• CIVCO “International Distributor of the Year”

2004
• Awarded $6M contract to design and manufacture magnets for the Australian Synchrotron
• CIVCO “International Distributor of the Year”

2003
• CIVCO “International Distributor of the Year”

2001
• Manufacturing contract from Ebco for TR19 cyclotron components.
• Sale of three CMS FOCUS systems in Australia.
• Sale of three Pantak Superficial/Orthovoltage units in Victoria (completing 100% market share 1992-2001 with seventeen systems) 

2000
• Sale of one CMS FOCUS system in Australia.
• Awarded Ercisson agency for fusion splicers in Australia/NZ.

1999
• Sale of four CMS FOCUS systems in Australia/NZ (first since 1995).
• Awarded MED-TEC agency for Australia/NZ.

1998
• Awarded contract for the design and manufacture of 52 beam-line magnets for particle accelerator with 360Hz pulsed beam to be used for production of radioisotopes in America.
• Formation of CMS Radiotherapy Pty Ltd.

1997
• Sale of sixth Oldelft simulator in Australia, completing 100% market share 1994 – 1997.
• Sale of seventh Pantak Superficial/Orthovoltage unit, completing 100% market share 1992 – 1997.

1996
• Concurrent installations of two Oldelft simulators in Sydney plus third, fourth and fifth simulators sold.
• Completion of world's first ion-beam transport device using HTS coils.

1995
• First & second Oldelft simulators sold in Australia.
• Formed Joint Venture with American Superconductor Corporation and Industrial Research NZ Ltd to produce magnets using High Temperature Superconducting (HTS) coils. 

1994
• Simultaneous installation of two Pantak DXT-300 Orthovoltage units in Sydney.

1993
• Sydney office opens.
• First Pantak Orthovoltage Therapy machine sold in Australia.

1992
• First 3D Radiotherapy Treatment Planning system sold into Australasia (CMS FOCUS).
• First Pantak Superficial Therapy machine sold in Australia.
• Designed and built Isochronous Achromat for Department of Nuclear Physics, ANU.