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SpringCM Improves Contract Management Efficiency for Medical Staffing Agency
Date:2/6/2008

Sentinel Health Group Deploys SpringCM Contract Accelerator for Salesforce.com to Expedite Contract Approval and to Provide Instant Access

to Critical Business Content

SAN MATEO, Calif., Feb. 6 /PRNewswire/ -- SpringCM, the leader in on-demand document management and workflow, has deployed a contract management solution for Sentinel Health Group, a Colorado-based medical staffing agency. Since implementing SpringCM Contract Accelerator for salesforce.com, Sentinel has cut over 30 percent from its contract approval process and saved countless hours searching for content.

"Sentinel used to manage contracts manually before the company implemented salesforce.com for customer relationship management (CRM) and started looking for a contract management solution," Jonathan Charles, senior account executive for Sentinel Health Group, said. "Before we implemented SpringCM, some contracts were slipping through the cracks -- sometimes almost getting lost. Now, we receive alerts as needed and the process status is easy to track."

Now, Sentinel recruiters simply select the appropriate contract from a centralized contract library visible from within salesforce.com and click one button to automatically populate the contract with information like the physician's name, hospital name and employment start date. The chance for human error during contract creation is virtually eliminated, and recruiters are free to spend more time assisting physicians and hospitals and devote less time to managing paperwork.

The completed contract is stored in SpringCM and is visible from the account opportunity screen in salesforce.com. If multiple managers need to review, edit or approve the contract before it is sent for signature, SpringCM supports routing and approval workflow and full version control to expedite contract review. Once a contract is ready for physician and hospital approval, the recruiter uses SpringCM's Electronic Signa
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