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University of Pittsburgh Medical Center Chooses Oce Business Services for Document Process Management

Press release from the issuing company

NEW YORK, April 4 -- Oce Business Services, Inc. today announced a multi-year agreement with the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC) to provide document process management services. Under the agreement, Oce Business Services' team of professionals will help streamline document operations, shorten cycle times, and reduce costs while enhancing service levels at all UPMC facilities. UPMC is one of the leading integrated health care enterprises and nonprofit medical centers in the United States. Widely recognized for its innovations in patient care, research, technology and health care management, UPMC has nearly $6 billion in revenue and more than 43,000 employees. UPMC comprises 19 hospitals, 400 outpatient sites and doctors' offices, retirement and long-term care facilities, an insurance plan, and international ventures. "We're pleased to be associated with UPMC, one of the nation's preeminent medical institutions," said Joseph R. Marciano, President and CEO of Oce Business Services. "This agreement will apply our document technology and services to help UPMC realize its goal of building a more integrated shared services program that reduces costs and improves document processes across a variety of operational areas." Under the terms of the agreement Oce Business Services will provide commercial printing, forms, mail, and business management services. As part of its program Oce Business Services will deploy a unique solution that integrates Oce ATS (Automated Tracking Software) with the field-proven Oce MAX(TM) business performance management system. The solution enables users to annually track millions of pieces of inbound and outbound mail, as well as overnight and courier deliveries. "This initiative with Oce Business Services supports UPMC's vision to better integrate and provide technical innovation across a range of business processes including commercial print, print center, courier and mail services, multi-functional machines, print management and records management," said James Szilagy, UPMC's chief supply chain officer. "The future belongs to organizations that leverage information technology for increased agility, flexibility, and innovation. That's our goal for this collaboration."