I indicated to you, on the previous quarter's call, that immediately upon joining Streamline Health, I engaged in a thorough review of the solutions, the operations and the personnel of the company. With the benefit of an entire quarter under my belt, I am fully convinced that Streamline Health has a solid portfolio of solutions and services that will support healthcare organizations in driving operational and financial efficiencies and that our solutions assist healthcare organizations in meeting the requirements of meaningful use. As we discussed before, meeting these requirements helps to make our clients eligible for significant incentive payments as outlined in the HITECH Act.
After visiting or talking with many of our clients, I've discovered they share my beliefs that Streamline Health offers a strong value proposition that provides significant cost efficiencies, given our deep and meaningful integration with EMR vendors such as GE, Cerner, Allscripts, MediTech and Epic. From a solutions positioning standpoint, we have a clear and leverageable advantage in the marketplace, given the depth of our integration work. I've also discovered that our clients highly value the operational and technical support that our associates provide, and many of them have come to view us as a true partner who works to see them be successful. Our legacy as a Health Information Management-oriented company has successfully differentiated us from other vendors who went through the healthcare vertical from another industry focus. The importance of this legacy became evident last quarter when we saw 2 clients resist internal IT department pressure to change to a new document management system that was bundled into the deployment of a new electronic medical record system within their respective facilities. These clients stayed with Streamline Health's best-of-breed solution set rather than settling for a single-source IT product that had fewer capabilities and less functionality.