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Holland Hospital Licenses Lawson Software

May 23, 2007
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Holland Hospital has licensed Saint Paul, Minn.-based Lawson Software's Enterprise Financial Management, Supply Chain Management and Business Intelligence suites.

According to Lawson, its applications are designed to support the hospital's rapid growth by providing software to standardize financial and materials management processes, improve data access, and increase operational efficiencies.

Once implemented, Lawson states the Web-based system will provide a single user interface for Holland employees to access and share financial information, while also enabling Lawson Drill Around capabilities, which allows users to analyze data and access the supporting transactions.

Located in Holland, Mich., Holland Hospital is a 205-bed, not-for-profit hospital with 1,600 employees.



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