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Phoenix Healthcare & 366 Software Sign Strategic Alliance Agreement for VHA Georgia Members

Thursday, October 19, 2006

Press release from the issuing company

Atlanta, GA (October 15, 2006)--- 366 Software Inc., a leading provider of printer fleet management software, announces a strategic alliance with Phoenix Healthcare Management Services on behalf of VHA Georgia member healthcare organizations. The average Healthcare organization will spend three million dollars this year on Print related items. This alliance allows VHA Georgia members to take advantage of immediate cost savings and efficiency improvements in printing activities by implementing a printerRx solution. PrinterRx is a software solution that resides on the network and manages all printer related activities, service calls, supply inventory, printer inventory and costs. Bottom-line, PrinterRx manages the total cost of ownership related to print expenditures. “VHA Georgia exists to bring value to its members. We are excited to offer our members operational savings through our strategic agreement with 366 Software for their printerRx solution designed to reduce printing costs,” stated Marshall Busko, Director of Sales, VHA Georgia. “Let’s be realistic, printers, copiers and associated tasks of managing this area are not the hottest topic in healthcare. However, this area can provide immediate cost savings and efficiency improvements for our members.” Through this alliance, VHA Georgia members who license printerRx will receive a VHA discount on license fees. “We are honored to be endorsed by a company that has done such a tremendous job seeking initiatives and services that bring value to its members,” stated Brad Banyas, VP Sales & Partner Development, 366 Software. “The first VHA Georgia hospital to have taken advantage of a printerRx solution is realizing breakthrough savings in printing costs in the first months of use.”

 

 

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