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USC Care Inks Multi-Suite Management Deal

August 25, 2008
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The Los Angeles-based

USC Care Medical Group

has licensed the

Lawson

(St. Paul, Minn.) Human Resource Management Suite and the Lawson S3 Enterprise Financial Management, Supply Chain Management and Enterprise Performance Management Suites to support its organization-wide initiative to improve internal processes.

USC Care Medical Group will follow a two-phased approach to implementing the Lawson applications across its facilities, starting with the Enterprise Financial Management and Supply Chain Management Suites. During phase two, USC Care Medical Group will deploy the Human Resource Management and Enterprise Performance Management Suites, which includes Lawson Business Intelligence, says the company.

USC Care Medical Group’s 400 academic physicians offer primary and acute care at six facilities on the Health Sciences Campus of the University of Southern California and in a number of clinics and hospitals throughout Southern California

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