UPMC and Oce Business Services Turn to WorkflowOne for Offsite Print Management
Press release from the issuing company
Dayton, Ohio, May 14, 2007 — WorkflowOne announced today that under its sub-contractor agreement to Océ Business Services, the company has secured a multi-year contract with the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC) to provide a comprehensive program of offsite print management. UPMC is a leading integrated health care enterprise and one of the nation’s most acclaimed academic medical centers.
Under the terms of the contract, WorkflowOne will provide a supplemental strategy for UPMC’s outsourced print. The strategy will include an analysis of UPMC’s current business stationery, marketing materials and forms to determine opportunities for standardization and consolidation, while identifying candidates for print on demand or migration to electronic versions.
As the region's largest employer, with 43,000 employees and $6 billion in revenue, UPMC comprises 19 tertiary, specialty and community hospitals, 400 outpatient sites and doctors’ offices, retirement and long-term care facilities, an insurance plan with nearly 800,000 members, and commercial and international ventures. As a result of UPMC’s growth, its print and mailing requirements exceed in size and complexity those of a single zip code. By turning to Océ Business Services and WorkflowOne, UPMC will gain access to the latest technologies and “best practice” standards for managing documents, controlling graphic standards, and achieving compliance with JCAHO and HIPAA requirements.
UPMC will utilize WorkflowOneAccess, a new Web-based system that helps organizations optimize their supply chain and manage their brand-related spend on print and promotional products. UPMC also will take advantage of WorkflowOne’s TrackOne and VoiceOne reporting and customer satisfaction services.
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