Case Study Category: Healthcare

blood pressure monitor

Global Medical Device Company

  • The client selected Apttus Configure-Price-Quote (CPQ) and Contract Management (CM) to improve their current processes with a goal of eventually retiring the existing in house applications, including the interim BAT solution
  • Client is seeking an Apttus certified implementation partner to transition the organization to this new system
  • The goal of this engagement is to implement Apttus CPQ and CM and integrate seamlessly with the existing Partner application while leveraging the foundational work already completed with the RMS implementation
doctor

Prospect Medical Holdings

  • The client is a significant provider of coordinated regional healthcare services throughout Southern California, Texas, and Rhode Island
  • Needed to automate their vendor, health plan and provider contract management process to improve accountability, tracking and reporting capabilities
  • Client chose Apttus Contract Lifecycle Management (CLM) and DocuSign deployed on the Force.com platform to streamline the generation, negotiation, approval and signature processes across Requesting, Contract Management, Legal, Finance, and Executive departments
Clinical Trials

Large Clinical Trial Services Provider

  • Leading clinical trial services provider with over 10,000 employees and 200 contract managers
  • New Contract Lifecycle Management (CLM) process to significantly improve transparency and efficiency
  • Seamless integration with legacy systems
biotech test tubes

Biotech Organization

  • Biotech organization founded to signifantly reduce number of healthcare associated infections
  • Salesforce expertise to optimize existing instance
  • Long-term partner to support that maintenance

 

Medical supplies

Texas Health Resources

  • One of the largest faith-based health care delivery systems in Texas
  • Needed a collaboration platform to improve support, adoption and usability
  • Several hundred websites on different platforms, limited standardization, highly uneven usage levels across stakeholders, and limited governance structure