FacilityONE® Wins Major Healthcare Customer

Catholic Health Initiatives Selects FacilityONE as the National Facilities CMMS Software Provider for the Enterprise

LOUISVILLE, Ky., June 27, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- FacilityONE has been selected by Englewood, Colo.-based Catholic Health Initiatives as the provider for the organization's national Computerized Maintenance Management System. FacilityONE was chosen from a field of top national providers by a committee of CHI executives.

"FacilityONE is the best fit for our diverse enterprise needs," said Skip Smith, CHI's Vice President, Supply Chain - Clinical Engineering/Facility Management. "We look forward to a long and mutually beneficial partnership."

Dale Cain, FacilityONE CEO, said, "FacilityONE has provided services and solutions to the healthcare market for years. Our services and solutions have supported healthcare in reducing costs, in regulatory compliance and increasing overall efficiencies. Our Software as a Service facility solution has been designed to accommodate all markets and it especially addresses the uniqueness and complexity of healthcare facility information management. Our entire FacilityONE team is excited and ready to partner with CHI."

The selection provides an enterprise partnership between the CHI National Facility Management group and FacilityONE for the implementation of the one-of-a-kind FacilityONE SMARTPRINT technology throughout CHI's facilities. The online interactive blueprint, SMARTPRINT, is the foundational infrastructure of FacilityONE Facility Information Solution.

A scheduled rollout is planned across the CHI enterprise in 19 states. This implementation provides a more comprehensive facilities maintenance management solution than is currently available within CHI, which ranks as the nation's third-largest health system. The FacilityONE solution will serve as the catalyst in driving CHI's defined change management at the facility level, ensuring facility optimization and sustainable cost management. The implementation also will enable process measurements, enterprise-wide reporting and knowledge sharing for the CHI National Facility Management Group and will serve as a model "best practices" industry benchmark.

About Catholic Health Initiatives

Catholic Health Initiatives (CHI) is a national nonprofit health organization with headquarters in Englewood, Colorado. The faith-based system operates in 19 states and includes 72 hospitals; 40 long-term care, assisted- and residential-living facilities; and two community health-services organizations. Together, those facilities provided approximately $590 million during the 2010 fiscal year in charity care and community benefit, including services for the poor, free clinics, education and research. With annual revenues of $9 billion, CHI is the nation's third-largest Catholic healthcare system.

About C2 Facility Solutions, LLC (dba FacilityONE)

Founded in 1999 by successful entrepreneur and businessman, Dale Cain, FacilityONE has evolved into one of the most innovative companies providing facility management services through its unique web-based, easy-to-access facility information solution that documents, maintains and anticipates facility management and asset needs. Whether it's a natural or man-made disaster or just managing day-to-day operations, FacilityONE provides a living, breathing solution through its unique SMARTPRINT® technology. The SMARTPRINT unit is an "interactive blueprint" that acts as a diagnostic command center and drives the facility management and space monitoring process – from the boardroom to boiler room perspective. FacilityONE is headquartered in the heart of America – Louisville, KY USA. For more information, visit www.facilityone.com.

SOURCE FacilityONE

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