Bizcaps updates software for healthcare tenders

Software developer Bizcaps has released a complete revision of its entire business platform and has announced additional enhancements due later this year.

The company, which provides amongst other products software to assist suppliers and users of the National Product Catalogue, has updated its master data management (MDM) and business process management (BPM) software.

Bizcaps is a supplier of software that helps create, maintain and synchronise product data through the national GS1net and NPC datapools. It also provides complementary software for state health departments.

The new release will offer an enhanced user interface and more seamless interactivity with back-end systems such as SAP and Oracle, allowing customers to install Bizcaps as a friendly front-end to existing systems, Bizcaps' development director, Bill Blinco, said.

He said healthcare MDM clients will gain access to a tender submission workflow process template, allowing them to more easily respond to state health department tenders.

“Our new business process design tool, FlowScribe, is revolutionary, allowing users to construct workflows that move dynamically to create readable diagrams,” Mr Blinco said.

“Until now only the largest companies could afford to implement detailed workflow processing, but Flowscribe will make easy workflow development and adjustment affordable for smaller organisations.”

FlowScribe will be released in the second quarter of 2012. Other planned enhancements include the Liberator product, which allows easy integration of data across platforms, slated for the third quarter of 2012.

Posted in Australian eHealth

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