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Progress-ing Towards ERP On-Demand
While most discussions about the Software as a Service (SaaS) market revolve around the likes of Salesforce.com, NetSuite, Google, IBM, Oracle, Microsoft

medical claim billing  of the world's largest medical organizations; four out of five of the world's largest beverage producers; two out of four of world's largest food manufacturers; and 16 out of 25 of the world's largest automotive suppliers. A Well Thought-out Partner SaaS-enablement Process Coming back to enabling its partners in SaaS deployments of their software, before jumping at the related results thus far, I should first mention Progress' approach to SaaS-empower its loyal partners beyond merely helping them host

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Electronic Medical Records (EMR) for the Health Care Industry

Electronic Medical Records (EMR) assists physicians and other clinicians document patient care for current visits and provides access to patient clinical history. Sometimes may be referred to as computerized patient records (CPR). 

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While many ERP software companies claim to support manufacturing companies, their solutions do little more than accounting, order entry, and other office tasks. They are not suitable for use on the shop floor. Fortunately, today’s integrated enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems can provide the shop floor control and manufacturing execution systems (MES) functionality that manufacturers need. Find out more.

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Expandable Case Study: Thermage, Inc.


After receiving US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval for its ground-breaking product, medical technology startup Thermage, Inc., was looking to install manufacturing software that would fit a limited budget and meet its long-term needs. By going with Expandable ERP, Thermage was able to implement a full-featured manufacturing system that helped it ramp up production and maintain FDA compliance.

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Continental Utility Solutions, Inc., (CUSI) has been developing and servicing Customer Information Systems, Utility Billing Applications and Financial Management Software since 1984. CUSI leads the industry in providing proven solutions and exceptional service to Public and Private Utilities and Local Government Organizations.

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Designed to meet the needs of small to midsize original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) in the electronics, mechanical, medical, and defense industries, Omnify Software provides a product lifecycle management (PLM) solution that offers an open technology platform to integrate with a company's existing engineering and business systems. Omnify Software also delivers a product content and engineering change management system that can help streamline the flow of product information between the design environment, the enterprise, and the supply chain. Omnify software is headquartered in Andover, Massachusetts (US).

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FinancialForce.com Expands into a Much Broader Cloud Suite


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Accelerate ICD-10 Migrations While Cutting Costs and Risk


The International Classifications of Diseases (ICD), used in order to categorize and classify medical conditions and procedures, has been updated. The purpose of the change is to streamline claims, provide better data analysis, and increase both diagnostic and procedural accuracy. ICD-10 not only allows for more information to be coded, but is superior to the previous coding system, filling in information gaps and reflecting the advancements made since the 1970s. The switch to ICD-10 will affect a wide range of areas within healthcare, such as billing, future service planning, diagnosing, and data gathering.

With a deadline for adoption of October 15, 2015, it’s essential that the transition be made as smoothly as possible. The processes, transactions, and databases associated with the new system of ICD-10 coding must be tested for functionality in a wide array of applications before full ICD-10 adoption. Delphix can help, allowing testing to be performed throughout migration. In this white paper, read how Delphix Agile Data can assist your team with the challenges faced in migrating from ICD-9 to ICD10. Learn about the complex factors involved with new data management and how implementation of the Delphix platform can reduce costs significantly by offering 90% lower storage costs for ICD-10 migration test environments. Delphix platforms also grants on-demand data access to minimize impact on production teams. Accessible from the cloud, the platform can be accessed both on and offsite. Delphix functions on any hardware and can be implemented at any stage of migration with little interference to ongoing projects.

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