Tuesday, July 3, 2012

Charles Phillips and Infor: Enabling healthcare insights

Charles Phillips leads Infor, one of the largest providers of enterprise applications and services to the world’s top aerospace, automotive, pharmaceutical, apparel, machinery, and financial services companies. The company also caters to state and local government agencies, providing them with industry-specific applications to help improve operations, and a flexible deployment options that allow them to run their businesses in the cloud, on-premises, or both.

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Infor provides healthcare professionals with analytic information about the industry with its Lawson Analytics for Healthcare service, which includes prebuilt data models to make business intelligence affordable to healthcare organizations of all sizes. The product provides the benefits of a major business intelligence project at a fraction of the cost and time, enabling customers to extract data from diverse applications.

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Through the Lawson Analytics for Healthcare Service, Charles Phillips and Infor help fill the information gap that is apparent in the healthcare industry - 44% of 700 healthcare professionals that were surveyed by the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS12) reported to have little or no access to analytic information. With this service, a hospital can see supply and drug expenses as a percentage of net patient revenue or compare productivity by department, analyze the total budget remaining on all ongoing IT projects, or find out if the organization is meeting its supplier diversity objectives. Data about healthcare-specific KPIs in financial management, labor productivity, project accounting, and supply chain can help healthcare organizations measure, improve, and monitor financial and operational performance.

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More information about Charles Phillips and Infor may be found at Infor.com.

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