FacilityONE Begins Rollout to Catholic HeaIth Initiatives (CHI)

Leading Provider of Facilities Management Software Partners with Major Hospital System

LOUISVILLE, Ky., June 4, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Catholic Health Initiatives (CHI), the nation's third-largest faith-based health system, has begun the rollout of FacilityONE's Facility Information Solution to 19 of its hospitals, representing the first phase of the rollout to the CHI network of hospitals across 17 states.

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Following a national search for a facility management solution -- commonly referred to as: Computerized Maintenance Management Software (CMMS), Computer Assisted Facility Management solution (CAFM), and Enterprise Asset Management solution (EAM) -- Englewood, Colo.-based CHI determined that the web-based facility management software provided by FacilityONE, which is delivered through cloud technology, offered the greatest scalability and flexibility in accomplishing its goals.

Dale Cain, chief executive officer of FacilityONE, said, "Once we were able to fully engage with CHI, they saw how powerful our solution is and the depth at which we can capture all of the various asset and systems information that exist within the walls of a hospital."

Skip Smith, of CHI, said, "Our organization is so geographically diverse that the web-based cloud technology offered by FacilityONE was a clear choice. Through their delivery technique, we will be much more efficient and CHI will be able to collaborate on facility management issues much more effectively. We have the added benefit of having all of our facility information at our fingertips without any additional investment or strain on our IT budget because of the cloud technology."

About CHI

About Catholic Health Initiatives: Catholic Health Initiatives is a national nonprofit health system with headquarters in Englewood, Colo. The faith-based system operates in 17 states and includes 80 hospitals; 40 long-term care, assisted- and residential-living facilities; two community health-services organizations; two accredited nursing colleges; and home health agencies. Currently, CHI ranks as the nation's third-largest faith-based health system, with annual operating revenues of $10.7 billion and approximately 78,500 employees. In fiscal year 2012, CHI provided more than $715 million in charity care and community benefit, including services for the poor, free clinics, education and research.

For more information contact:
www.catholichealthinit.org

About FacilityONE

Organize. Access. Transform.

FacilityONE transforms any facility's fragmented information into one organized, easily accessible solution for intelligent management.

FacilityONE provides CMMS, CAFM, and EAM solutions for many industries including Hospitals, Schools & Universities, Manufacturing, and Data Centers, to name a few. The CMMS system offers a flexible preventive and corrective maintenance solution that easily integrates into client's processes. Using cloud technology our web based facility management software solution makes information available anywhere and anytime to those who need it. FaciltyONE's web based CMMS increases communication between requester, management, and the technician further enhancing efficiency and compliance reporting. The key to the simplicity of the solution is in the SMARTPRINT interface. The SMARTPRINT interface is a graphical floor-plan representation of the facility that enables point and click facility information gathering and sharing.

For more information contact:

FacilityONE
877-626-7643
[email protected]
www.facilityone.com

Media Contact:

Eric Stumler, FacilityONE, (877) 626-7643, [email protected]

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