SOURCE: eProject

July 31, 2006 12:30 ET

Healthcare Industry Turns to eProject for Project and Portfolio Management

Deployments Include Children's Hospital & Regional Medical Center, HCIV (Health Care Investment Visions), Valley Baptist Health System, and Charleston Area Medical Center

SEATTLE, WA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- July 31, 2006 --eProject (http://www.eproject.com/?search=press), the leading provider of On-Demand collaborative Project and Portfolio Management (PPM) Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), is gaining fast traction within the healthcare industry. Deployments include Children's Hospital & Regional Medical Center, HCIV (Health Care Investment Visions), Charleston Area Medical Center, Valley Baptist Health System, and a host of other hospitals and healthcare providers.

eProject, with 475 customers worldwide, is the only SaaS PPM provider to appear in the 2006 Gartner Magic Quadrant grid for Project and Portfolio Management, alongside installed solutions from vendors including: Microsoft (www.microsoft.com), SAP (www.sap.com/usa/), Oracle (www.oracle.com), CA (Clarity) (www.ca.com), Pacific Edge (www.pacificedge.com), and Borland (www.borland.com).

eProject recently announced its PPM6 service, the industry's most complete on-demand PPM and Collaboration platform used to select, staff, track, control and manage projects across the enterprise. PPM6 is rapid to deploy, fully customizable, easy to use and wrapped within a new tab-based interface that cuts across project lines to deliver cross project data for powerful portfolio analysis. PPM6 is priced at $45 per user per month; installed server licenses are also available for an additional one-time server fee of $15,000.

About eProject

eProject (www.eproject.com) delivers the industry's most complete on-demand PPM and Collaboration platform used to select, staff, track, control and manage projects across the enterprise. eProject PPM6 is an intuitive, unified platform that enables users to maximize project ROI by compressing project cycle times, identifying best practices and optimizing resource allocations, with rapid deployment and quick adoption. eProject is used by more than 475 companies worldwide including BASF, BP, Cushman and Wakefield, Dow Chemical, Honeywell and T-Mobile.

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