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Calif. Health System Installing Lawson Software

June 24, 2008
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Community Medical Centers (San Joaquin Valley, Calif.) has licensed St. Paul, Minn.-based Lawson to help consolidate business processes, simplify IT management and increase worker productivity, according to the company.

The health system is implementing Lawson Smart Office and the Lawson S3 Human Capital Management, Enterprise Financial Management, Supply Chain Management and Business Intelligence Suites.

Community Medical Centers is a 727-bed not-for-profit health system with 6,000 employees in California’s San Joaquin Valley. It operates three acute care hospitals, including the Community Regional Medical Center, Clovis Community Medical Center and Fresno Heart and Surgical Hospital.

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