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Halogen Advances its Lead in Providing Employee Performance and Talent Management Solutions for the Healthcare Market
Date:1/31/2008

Company Now Supports More Than 400 Healthcare Facilities across North

America

OTTAWA, Jan. 31 /PRNewswire/ - Halogen Software Inc., the leading provider of web-based employee performance and talent management software today announced that strong fourth quarter results have enabled it to further advance its lead as the solution of choice for the healthcare market. To help boost its growth, Halogen secured a number of key accounts this past quarter including Piedmont Healthcare Inc., Thomas Jefferson Hospitals Inc. and the University of Mississippi Hospital each with approximately 10,000 employees. Currently, the company supports well over 400 healthcare facilities of all sizes across North America.

Halogen's award-winning eAppraisal(TM) Healthcare is part of a complete best practices employee performance and talent management suite that is enabling healthcare organizations to streamline workforce performance allowing employees more time to focus on delivering better patient care.

Thomas Jefferson University Hospital has been rated as one of "America's Best Hospitals" for many specialties by the U.S. News & World Report for 17 years in a row. The hospital's doctors are consistently listed in "Best Doctors in America," and the organization recognizes the direct link between quality staff and quality care. To ensure employees receive the most beneficial feedback possible, the organization selected the Halogen solution.

"We are replacing our past paper-based appraisal system with Halogen's enterprise class employee performance and talent management solution. We needed a system that was flexible enough to meet our organization's various requirements both now and in the future and Halogen provides that," said Kimberly Evans, VP of Clinical and Support Services at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital. "Halogen will enable us to increase the efficiency of the whole process and position us to make strategic
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