Waltham, MA (PRWEB) June 3, 2009—St. Croix Systems (http://www.stcroixsystems.com), an innovative provider of Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) solutions, announces the latest enhancement to its award-winning asset management software, and official introduction of a new report generator that will allow users to create custom reports on the fly. Asset Manager EnterpriseTM 5.0 is the most powerful, feature-rich and user-friendly web-based asset management software product designed exclusively for the healthcare industry. Users can see both products at this year’s AAMI conference.

“Our new Advanced Reporting module builds on St. Croix Systems’ philosophy of delivering comprehensive enterprise asset management solutions to healthcare providers in an easy-to-use, intuitive way,” said Troy Kenyon, president, St. Croix Systems. “This enhancement gives organizations complete access to the valuable data stored in the system by allowing users to create custom reports on the fly in whatever format they need to support their unique business processes. We do this without sacrificing security by leveraging our proprietary database structure, which was designed from the ground up to support large enterprise implementations.”


Our new Advanced Reporting module builds on St. Croix Systems’ philosophy of delivering comprehensive enterprise asset management solutions to healthcare providers in an easy-to-use, intuitive way
This enhancement gives organizations complete access to the valuable data stored in the system by allowing users to create custom reports on the fly in whatever format they need to support their unique business processes. We do this without sacrificing security by leveraging our proprietary database structure, which was designed from the ground up to support large enterprise implementations.
Founded in 1993 to provide specialized CMMS software for clinical engineers, St. Croix Systems is now the leading provider of asset management solutions for the healthcare industry, with a suite of applications that extends from clinical engineering to facilities, safety, materials management, finance, and beyond. The company’s software is used by thousands of individuals in some of the most progressive healthcare providers in the country, including five of the top six hospitals as ranked by U.S. News and World Report.

Asset Manager Enterprise 5.0 serves as the core of the clinical engineering-focused asset management solution, and maintains the robust capabilities of the renowned Asset Manager application and features a highly intuitive structure, a significantly refined new ‘look and feel’ and the only customizable welcome dashboard in the business. Utilizing the latest .NET/SQL technology, Asset Manger Enterprise 5.0 enhances our industry-leading data integrity and extends clients’ ability to implement the software in St. Croix Systems’ central hosting facility or on an intranet - and to access the application from virtually anywhere. With the new Advanced Reporting module, organizations can create custom reports with data from across the enterprise, while controlling access to data through unlimited security levels.


About St. Croix Systems

Founded in 1993, St. Croix Systems is a leader in Enterprise Asset Management solutions that allow healthcare providers to manage the lifecycle of capital assets across the enterprise. With active control of the planning, acquisition, tracking, maintenance, safety, and retirement of these assets, customers can improve operation and capital performance, and ensure a safe and quality environment care. Healthcare customers across the country and around the globe have deployed St. Croix Systems’ highly scalable technology. For more information, please visit: http://www.stcroixsystems.com

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