GREENWOOD VILLAGE, Colo.
April 11, 2012
/PRNewswire/ -- CIBER, Inc. (NYSE: CBR) completed Phase 2 of a multi-phased improvement project with Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare. In Phase 1,
teamed up with CIBER to re-implement Lawson Financial Management and Human Capital Management suites to provide streamlined processes and reporting. Together, we also prepared for rollout of the Lawson solution to additional hospitals. For Phase 2,
and CIBER implemented the Lawson Financials and Human Capital Management with Wheaton hospitals in the
regions. Earlier this year the health system and CIBER began moving forward with Phase 3, implementing Lawson Business Intelligence, Process Flow and Self-Service modules for associations system wide.
"Because of this implementation, we are much more efficient. CIBER has been an exemplary partner, and they have really listened to us and responded to our organization's needs," said
, Chief Financial Officer for Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare.
, director of CIBER's Lawson Practice said, "Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare's previous system architecture required corporate staff to access multiple disparate systems to process, review and manage associate information. With these enhancements,
now has more standardized business processes and integrated business operations. We are pleased to see this great institution realizing the benefits of this project."
CIBER's expertise with Lawson
spans nearly 20 years as one of its largest partners. CIBER supports full scale business transformation projects through business process, change management, and functional and technical services around Lawson technology. CIBER delivers Lawson solutions supporting budgeting, financial processes and analysis, human capital management, sales order processing and manufacturing systems solutions for business and agencies in Lawson's targeted vertical industries including healthcare, public sector, food and beverages, general manufacturing and other services-oriented businesses.
CIBER has served more than 150 healthcare providers, six of the top 10 managed care companies, 12 of the top 15 pharmaceutical manufacturers, more than 85 life sciences manufacturers and distributors and more than 50 commercial healthcare plans.