Relizon Awarded Contract To Provide Services To Leading Health Care GPO
Press release from the issuing company
DAYTON, Ohio. April 19, 2004 - The Relizon Company today announced that it has been awarded a multi-source contract by Premier Purchasing Partners, LP, providing access to document management services for its 1,500 member hospitals across the United States.
The total sales volume for Premier member facilities for the entire document management category is estimated to be more than $300 million over the three-year term of the contract, which goes into effect immediately.
With the addition of Premier, Relizon is now a supplier to three of the top five health care group purchasing organizations in the U.S., representing more than 8,000 acute and sub-acute care facilities.
"We are excited to have this opportunity to offer our deep health care expertise and superior service to Premier's members," said Timothy Schriner, president of Relizon's U.S. Business Communications Group. "Our track record of significant cost savings and process improvement for America's hospitals has led Relizon to become the fastest growing brand in health care document management."
Relizon is a leading North American supplier of business process solutions for document management, billing and relationship marketing, with more than 40 manufacturing and distribution facilities and 4,500 employees strategically located across the U.S. and Canada.
"We believe Relizon offers Premier members the optimal blend of national scope and regional focus," said Schriner. "With an extensive network of plants and warehouses across the U.S., we are within 3 hours of 96% of Premier's members."
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