Holy Infant Hospital selects Microsoft technology to improve reporting and
gain savings of 30 percent in labor and 50 percent in time.
REDMOND, Wash., Feb. 14 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Holy Infant Hospital of Hoven, S.D., has chosen Microsoft Dynamics GP as its enterprise resource planning solution after evaluating a range of other offerings. Microsoft Dynamics GP is a complete and scalable business management solution that helps growing and midsize organizations get up and running quickly, with robust financial and operational functionality such as business intelligence, reporting, budgeting and forecasting.
Holy Infant's previous technology had become outdated and was not able to provide reports or detailed financial figures. The hospital evaluated Microsoft Dynamics GP along with software from Dairyland Healthcare Solutions, Computer Programs and Systems Inc. and QuickBooks before selecting the Microsoft solution.
"The reporting capability of Microsoft Dynamics GP was crucial in the consideration," said Becky Haar, chief financial officer of Holy Infant Hospital. "The solution also was very competitively priced."
The hospital worked with Microsoft Gold Certified Partner DFC Consultants Ltd. of Fargo, N.D., to implement Microsoft Dynamics GP with core financial capabilities for general ledger, accounts receivable and accounts payable, along with a module for payroll. DFC also integrated a timekeeping program into Microsoft Dynamics GP to eliminate the hospital's paper time cards and allow a seamless digital flow into the payroll solution.
In deploying Microsoft Dynamics GP, Holy Infant Hospital expects to
gain considerable savings in time and effort while significantly improving
the accuracy of its financial operations. Specifically, the hospital
anticipates these ben
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