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Top 6 Reasons to Use Microsoft Dynamics for Healthcare: #3 Purchasing Automation

by John Stucky

Microsoft Dynamics is a feature-rich financial software system that is very powerful in the healthcare industry and works great with many of the clinical solutions that are already in use. This new video and blog series explores six reasons why you should consider Microsoft Dynamics for your healthcare organization. Today, we're discussing Reason #3: Purchasing Automation.

#3 Purchasing Automation

If you've looked at purchasing solutions in the past, you know that many of them are built for industrial companies and require you to manage on-hand inventory or thousands of inventory items when all you really need in healthcare are good purchasing controls and visibility to your purchasing commitments. Microsoft Dynamics offers the best of both worlds: a world-class inventory management system to manage your on-hand inventory, but also great purchasing controls that provide for seamless and easy approvals. Microsoft Dynamics provides:

 

· Approvals via mobile devices and tablets.

· Instant visibility to all the documents—requisitions, purchase orders, and invoices.

· Automation and processing of documents to eliminate redundancy and additional data entry.

 

Stay tuned for the next post when I discuss Reason #4: Business Intelligence.

Miss the first two reasons? Catch them here:

Reason #1: Strong Integration Platform

Reason #2: Managing Multiple Facilities & Locations

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