SuccessFactors Accelerates Growth in Patient Care: Spectrum Health Selects Business Execution Software

SuccessFactors BizX to be Deployed to 16,000 Users at 7 Hospitals and 140 Service Sites

SAN MATEO, Calif., April 8 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Today, SuccessFactors, Inc. (Nasdaq: SFSF) announced that Spectrum Health, a not-for-profit, integrated health system, has partnered with SuccessFactors' Business Execution (BizX) Suite to identify and cultivate top talent and align strategic decisions across its organization to improve overall business performance.

Spectrum Health's subsidiaries include seven hospitals, a health plan and over 140 service sites, as well as physician practices that serve the western Michigan area. Recognized as one of US News and World Report's Best Hospitals in America and with three Magnet hospitals in the system, Spectrum Health employs 16,000 employees across all of its networks.

In order to push forward its legacy of success, Spectrum Health has empowered its business leaders with SuccessFactors' solutions so they can identify and cultivate top talent, and in turn, the overall performance of the company. By continuing to engage its workforce and developing top employees, Spectrum Health will use SuccessFactors Performance Management, Goal Management, 360 Degree Reviews and Stack Ranker to continue to set the bar in patient care and position their organization for lasting success.

Further, SuccessFactors will replace a combination of existing systems, such as Halogen Software. SuccessFactors' tightly-integrated suite of modules will simplify Spectrum's infrastructure by running just the BizX platform across the entire network.

"We didn't need a product to advance what we were doing, we needed a partner to help us evolve. SuccessFactors is that partner," said Karen Guzicki, organizational development consultant, Spectrum Health. "We're looking forward to working hand-in-hand with SuccessFactors to both continue our first-class patient care and evolve our daily business operations across the entire network."

"Spectrum Health is one of the leading healthcare groups in the country, and it's no surprise that their success is largely due to their ability to identify and develop top talent throughout the years," said Scott Swisher, vice president, healthcare, SuccessFactors. "With BizX, we've armed Spectrum Health with the tools to improve business performance starting with the most important resource they have – their people."

About Spectrum Health

Spectrum Health is a not-for-profit health system in West Michigan that offers a full continuum of care through the Spectrum Health Hospital Group, a collection of seven hospitals and more than 140 service sites; the Spectrum Health Medical Group, mmpc® and West Michigan Heart-physician groups totaling more than 400 providers; and Priority Health, a health plan with nearly 580,000 members. Spectrum Health's 16,000 employees, 1,500 medical staff members and 2,200 volunteers are committed to delivering the highest quality care. The organization provided $111.1 million in community benefit during its 2008 fiscal year. As a system, Spectrum Health has earned more than 100 awards since it was formed in 1997.

About SuccessFactors, Inc.

SuccessFactors is the global leader in Business Execution Software. The SuccessFactors Business Execution Suite improves business alignment and people performance to drive breakthrough results for companies of all sizes, anywhere in the world. More than 6 million users and 3,000 companies leverage SuccessFactors every day. To learn more, visit: http://www.successfactors.com/.

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