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Agresso Wins Another $1 Million+ Deal in Health Care Sector
Date:2/2/2009

VICTORIA, British Columbia, Feb. 2 /PRNewswire/ -- Agresso has followed up its $1 million+ Emeritus Corporation deal with another win in the health care sector. After a lengthy selection process, Bethany Care Society has selected Agresso's Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) solution over a number of Tier 1 and Tier 2 software providers, including Navision, in a deal valued at more than $1M. Bethany has purchased a full range of Agresso applications including Financials, Planner, Procurement, Reporting and Analytics, and the Human Resources/Payroll modules.

Bethany Care Society is one of Western Canada's largest voluntary, not-for-profit providers of health care, housing and community services for seniors and persons with disabilities. In total, Bethany's 1,250 employees provide care and service to more than 4,500 Albertans in over 100 communities.

"We saw the potential for significant savings in both time and dollars," relates Alasdair Smith, Vice President and CFO for Bethany Care Society. "We provide at least 50 different financial reports per year to multiple agencies and each year these requirements could change. Agresso offered us a single integrated and flexible solution with which we can easily create custom reports while keeping all our historical reports intact. Currently we do numerous manual adjustments using various systems to meet these requirements. Also by replacing several systems with a single system from Agresso, we avoid multiple upgrades and maintenance fees."

"We saw tangible value in Agresso's implementation methodology, and their strategy of knowledge transfer," adds Julian Austin, Manager of Information Services, who will lead the implementation project for Bethany. "The ability for our business to reconfigure the application to respond to new requirements and initiatives was also very appealing."

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