CRM Platform Can Churn Out Customized Health Apps
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User Rank: Apprentice
5/4/2012 | 9:49:53 AM
re: CRM Platform Can Churn Out Customized Health Apps
It's interesting that LADPH chose to develop custom apps on top of the CRM platform, but as pointed out it does make sense when the department has already purchased the CRM licenses.

For the rest though, why not consider using a workflow or BPM platform instead of the traditional custom development approach which in their own words are "costly, time consuming, risky"?

There are workflow platforms out there with app development capabilities that might fit the bill e.g. Joget Workflow at (disclosure: I'm part of the product development team).
User Rank: Apprentice
9/15/2012 | 11:31:36 PM
re: CRM Platform Can Churn Out Customized Health Apps
I'm happy to see healthcare companies utilizing pre-existing tools to build their application needs rather than re-inventing everything from scratch as so many often do. I'm sure it was much easier of an implementation and why not utilize tools already built from one of the best software companies out there?
Jay Simmons
Information Week Contributor

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