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Maine Medical Center Chooses Business Intelligence Solution from Rapid Insight Inc.

Veera chosen by Behavioral HealthCare Program to streamline data reporting and ad hoc analysis

(PRWEB) April 13, 2010 -- Like many customer-oriented organizations, Maine Medical Center Physician Hospital Organization’s Behavioral HealthCare Program utilizes a complex relational database for storing its data. The program manages behavioral healthcare for 69,000 recipients in Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont and upstate New York, with 1,400 providers in-network for five different insurance companies. They look to Veera from Rapid Insight Inc. to manage their business intelligence and ad hoc reporting needs.

“We had a tremendous amount of data sitting in our databases, but we had no way to access this data to generate the time-sensitive reports that we needed,” explains Rhonda Dolley, Senior Director of the program. MMC PHO’s Behavioral HealthCare Program turned to software from Rapid Insight to streamline their data-reporting process. “Veera provided us with the capability to answer endless data questions that affect our current and future business situation. The software has really optimized our report output and effectiveness,” says Dolley.

Powered by Rapid Insight’s Dataflo3G™ technology, Veera simplifies the process of generating reports and performing ad hoc analysis. Users can integrate, aggregate, and cleanse data from multiple sources, allowing them to quickly build and modify reports, create data marts, and generate analytic datasets. With user-friendly drag and drop capabilities, data can be merged, aggregated, cleansed, de-duped, flattened, appended, sorted, renamed, and re-categorized.

“Veera works with the client’s existing architecture,” says Jeff Fleischer, a Senior Data Analyst with Rapid Insight. “Customers can be up and running in a matter of minutes without any need for complex programming. Reporting processes can be fully automated, and users can easily make changes to their data processes and reports.”

Because Veera creates a visual trail that enables users to track their data from the raw source through any modifications to the final output, decisions based on generated reports are supported, validated, and trusted. “Veera’s flexibility, accuracy, and speed have quickly turned our data into actionable information, making it very easy to work with our data and generate essential reports,” says Dolley. “Not only can I access my data, but now I can trust my reports.”

About Rapid Insight Inc.
Rapid Insight Inc. is a leading provider of business intelligence and automated predictive analytics software. With a focus on ease of use and efficiency, Rapid Insight products enable users to turn their raw data into actionable information. The company's analytic software simplifies the extraction and analysis of data, enabling clients ranging from small businesses to Fortune 500 companies to fully utilize their information for data driven decision making. Founded in 2002 in Conway, New Hampshire, Rapid Insight is a privately held company with clients and partners across the nation. For more information, visit

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