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Baptist Health South Florida Streamlines Claims Processing with Automate

Background Baptist Health is South Florida's largest not-for-profit health care organization, encompassing seven major medical facilities and a number of outpatient centers. They utilize a health information system provided by Siemens called INVISION, and a claims management system from NDC Health called ePREMIS. The Challenge Effective claims processing and management is the name of the game in...
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Concrete Producer Keeps Trucks Rolling by Automate-ing Event Log Monitoring

Background With more than 400 ready-mix concrete trucks on the street at any given time, St. Marys Canada Building Materials (CBM) relies heavily on real-time data transmitted from those vehicles to its fleet management software to meet customers' construction schedules. The company uses Automate , the robotic process automation ( RPA ) solution from Fortra, to help maintain the data flow by...
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Single Source Keeps Staff Small and Business Running Smoothly with Automate

Background Single Source is a large-volume provider of dry, refrigerated, frozen, grocery, paper, and chemical products for institutional commissaries, primarily correction institutions. The company processes and ships approximately 250 million pounds of food each year, nationwide, and they do it all with only 22 employees. As a small business with a high volume of orders to process and ship...
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AAA Life Leverages Fortra Solutions for IT Efficiency

Part of the American Automobile Association (AAA) family, AAA Life Insurance Company offers a variety of competitive life insurance, annuity, and travel accident products. With over one million policies, many people rely on AAA Life to help provide protection for their loved ones. As Senior Systems Engineer at AAA Life, Randy Wittner is in charge of their IBM i environment, overseeing two S824...
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Service Corp Company Benefits From Automation

"Automate Schedule's audit log is crucial to us because one of our SOX controls is to validate that we keep schedule logs for a certain period of time. An audit log is critical for a scheduler."