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Health care’s Holy Grail – Workable ways to reduce wait-times

The federal and provincial governments are also collaborating on ways that IT can cut the waiting for many services such as cancer treatment and hip replacement. Canada Health Infoway says IT could make booking health care as easy as ordering airline tickets. Wanted: Workable ways to reduce wait-times.

Job scheduling software gives better control of process automation tasks

Advanced Systems Concepts has developed a new version of its ActiveBatch job scheduling software that lets enterprises limit access to data and adds audit capabilities aimed at giving enterprises greater control over process automation tasks.

Manufacturers eye on-demand software

Manufacturers of all sizes are looking into hosted software for core supply-chain functions, such as demand planning and factory scheduling. In a recent supply-chain spending survey, AMR Research found 26 per cent of companies are considering on-demand service offerings.

Supply chain whirl

Five years ago, Whirlpool began an effort to turn around its global supply chain. The company is seeing results, but it's not done yet.

Polycom targets high-quality desktop conferencing

Conferencing and collaboration equipment provider Polycom Inc. on Monday announced a series of offerings designed to bring business-quality conferencing features to personal desktops. The products follow up on a collaborative agreement struck with Microsoft earlier this year to develop rich media services.

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