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American Hospital Dubai Gets Financial Suite

January 28, 2008
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American Hospital Dubai of the United Arab Emirates has signed with St. Paul, Minn.-based Lawson Software to license the Lawson S3 Human Capital Management, enterprise financial management, supply chain management and business intelligence suites.

Lawson Professional Services will provide implementation services for the project.

American Hospital Dubai is a Joint Commission International-accredited, 143-bed acute care hospital. It has a 60-physician multi-specialty group practice and Centers of Excellence for joint replacement, heart, cancer and diabetes care. With more than 800 employees, the hospital provides medical and surgical services to residents of Dubai and the United Arab Emirates.


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