SOURCE: HELP International

October 18, 2005 09:19 ET

HELP International Deploys New Medical Equipment Planning Software Program

DALLAS, TX -- (MARKET WIRE) -- October 18, 2005 -- HELP International, the nation's leading independent medical equipment planning firm, announces the deployment of their new proprietary equipment planning software system, HELPro©. The Windows based program has been designed to integrate all aspects of the equipment planning discipline, including budgeting, planning, procurement, and installation services. The application supports budgeting; specification and oversight control; comparative budgets, tracking cost by line item, specified to budget category; procurement and procurement status; invoice approval, invoice submittals and invoicing status; capital asset tagging; and more in one application.

"We believe that HELPro© is a vital step in maintaining our competitive edge in the equipment planning marketplace," states HELP CEO, Larry Hampton. "This system is really the backbone of the entire equipment planning process. It provides our project management team and clients with all the components necessary to support and execute their decisions."

"Providing our clients with a means to easily access their project data, via the internet, has been a goal of ours for some time," adds Director of Business Development, Jim Freund, "With HELPro© our clients will soon have the ability to view room-by-room equipment lists, access budgetary information on-line, print the reports they want along with a variety of other options, which will certainly enhance the entire project experience."

About HELP

HELP (Health Equipment, Logistics, and Planning) International provides a broad range of medical equipment planning and procurement services designed to support the healthcare facility owner, architect, engineer, and contractor throughout the medical development process. HELP has successfully completed more than 1,200 healthcare projects over the past 22 years, ranging from ambulatory surgery centers to acute care and teaching hospitals. HELP has offices in Texas, Florida, and Connecticut.

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