Phoenix, Arizona (PRWEB) September 20, 2013
BloodHub, the nation’s leading supply chain automation solution, recently secured a series of agreements that expand market share and geographic footprint, including Oklahoma Blood Institute, the second largest member of the Alliance for Community Transfusion Services (ACTS). In a true vote of confidence and support, blood suppliers and their hospitals are entrusting BloodHub with order flow, inventory control, production planning and transportation logistics for 2.5 million units annually.
BloodHub’s rapid market acceptance is driven by a growing realization that blood suppliers and hospital systems must engage, often across wide geographies, to jointly reduce costs, aggregate distribution volumes, and capture efficiencies. Relying on its flexible infrastructure, BloodHub users can evolve the supplier/customer relationship while monitoring critical cost drivers and other actionable information in real time.
“Our founding vision is based on a realization that cost pressures in healthcare will lead to tectonic shifts in every supply chain – including blood,” said Michael Pandelakis, founder and CEO of BloodHub. “BloodHub is a proven solution that delivers the real time visibility, integration, and accountability needed for all blood supply chain actors to achieve their strategic, cost containment, and business model innovation objectives.”
While every customer’s needs are unique, BloodHub’s growing user base shares common strategic goals, including platform and process standardization, unified customer experience, and improved staff productivity. Furthermore, blood suppliers require system-wide inventory visibility, as well as real time metrics for process improvement, production planning and outdate reduction.
Andrew Pandelakis, founder and CTO, added, “Our rapid growth is fueled by BloodHub’s ease of use, feature depth, hosting reliability, open a
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