Tecsys Inc. (TSX: TCS), an industry-leading supply chain management software company, is pleased to announce that Spectrum Health, western Michigan’s largest employer and one of the Gartner Top 25 Healthcare Supply Chains for three years running, has upgraded its Tecsys environment to accommodate its growing network of supply chain and warehousing demands.
The new ecosystem includes a SaaS supply chain management platform with distribution management, warehouse management and delivery management, with robust connectors to Spectrum Health’s Workday ERP.
Spectrum Health is a not-for-profit award-winning $8 billion integrated health system comprised of 14 hospitals and 150 ambulatory sites. Its supply chain organization services a diverse network of hospitals, treatment facilities, outpatient centers and urgent care sites across western Michigan.
It is recognized among its peers as having a talented supply chain team that is building clinically aligned supply chain capabilities quickly and effectively. With this investment in Tecsys, Spectrum Health is equipped to adapt to and handle market unpredictability, securing its position as a forward-looking supply chain organization.
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“Integrating the Tecsys warehouse management system to our newly launched Workday ERP provides a modern technology ecosystem to manage critical supply chain processes,” says Sarai Vanderwood, director, Distribution & Inventory at Spectrum Health. “This allows our team to spend more time supporting our caregivers as we realize the benefits of a modernized end-to-end process.
Supply chain at Spectrum Health has transformed from a tactical expense center to a strategic business enabler and having leading tools has been a major part of that transformation. We look forward to further efficiency as Spectrum Health, Tecsys and Workday collaborate to solve challenges facing modern healthcare supply chains.”
“We are delighted to serve as Spectrum Health’s supply chain technology provider as it continues to earn accolades and set benchmarks in the industry,” says Peter Brereton, president and CEO of Tecsys. “This is a powerful example of how strong teams and best-in-class enterprise solutions can work together to support quality patient care while driving down risk and cost in the supply chain.”