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Crittenton Signs for Lawson Suites

May 25, 2007
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St. Paul, Minn.-based Lawson Software has inked a deal with 290-bed Crittenton Hospital Medical Center of Rochester Hills, Mich. In the plan, the community hospital will use the Lawson Human Capital Management, Enterprise Financial Management and Supply Chain Management suites.

Crittenton hopes the Lawson product will increase operational efficiency by automating administrative tasks, improving access to data and enabling greater visibility across its financial and supply chain processes.

The hospital expects to complete its Lawson implementation by January 2008. The hospital?s IT provider, CareTech Solutions of Troy, Mich., will provide implementation and support services for the consolidated system.

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