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Relizon Awarded Multi-Million Dollar Contract Extension by Medical Center

Thursday, March 17, 2005

Press release from the issuing company

DAYTON, Ohio, March 16, 2005 - The Relizon Company, a leading North American supplier of business process solutions for document management, billing and relationship marketing, today announced that it was awarded a five-year multi-million dollar contract extension by Southern New Hampshire Medical Center (SNHMC). Under the terms of the agreement, Relizon will continue to manage the entire document process for SNHMC's clinical and non-clinical documents, a solution Relizon has been providing Southern New Hampshire Medical Center since 1999. Relizon has transformed the management of SNHMC's clinical and non-clinical forms into a highly efficient, high performance process that has consistently delivered upwards of 33 % in annual savings. "We are pleased to extend our relationship with the Southern New Hampshire Medical Center," said Chris Weber, general manager of health care sales for Relizon's U.S. Business Communications Group. "This agreement is another excellent example of how Relizon is able to deliver solutions that drive significant bottom-line savings. Our relationship with Southern New Hampshire Medical Center is a perfect showcase of how Relizon works very closely with its customers at the local level to apply world-class solutions and innovations from a leading national in scope document management company." With more than 40 manufacturing and distribution facilities and 3,600 employees strategically located across the U.S. and Canada, Relizon provides health care clients with a national network that delivers solutions locally and regionally, for faster turnaround and stronger customer service.

 

 

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