Proper planning of an integrated solution often takes a back seat to short-term organization goals. As a consequence, various disparate applications are installed at different points in time in various functional areas, resulting in process inefficiencies and software integration challenges. But how did these problems arise in the first place, and how can they be avoided?
In the quest to acquire more control over tracking the students and hospitals, schools then incorporate standalone trainee managing systems, with additional systems used to resolve trainee support issues. Locations and rotations are addressed with disparate software and spreadsheets.
Organizations that evolve their systems over time in this manner can find themselves with a poorly planned architecture that handles short-term tactical needs sub-optimally while holding back from scaling efficiently over the long term. This “software hairball” inhibits flexibility, productivity, and decision making.
To keep your efficiency growing, it is essential to have your software applications integrated around a single codebase, database and business process. The advantages of designing your systems in this manner yields tremendous cost savings and improved productivity, including:
- Reliable information
- Policy compliance
- Real time visibility
- Optimized cost
- Optimized processes
A key to success for MedSIS 3c is its modular and expandable (scalable) systems; Internet-based, client-server architecture, which only requires an Internet connection and an Internet browser to be installed on the client side.