Bizcaps Pty Ltd has recently implemented a new product catalogue synchronisation process at ACT Health to help minimise medical ordering errors and reduce data administration workload.
An initiative of NEHTA, the new Master Catalogue Information System (MCIS) was developed by Bizcaps, a cutting-edge Australian software company that helps create and maintain the product data catalogues of some of Australia’s largest organisations.
The MCIS is expected to dramatically improve purchasing and distribution processes at ACT Health in addition to enhancing patient safety by ensuring the right products are purchased at the right price and delivered at the right time and place.
The new Master Catalogue Information System allows ACT Health Supply Services to streamline their procurement processes through close integration of the NEHTA-established National Product Catalogue (NPC) with their own Purchasing Information System (PICS), synchronising product and price information for purchasing medical supplies.
Bizcaps was able to implement the system within a tight schedule with the final solution specification signed off in March this year and the project completed at the end of May. Configuration of standard Bizcaps product ‘engines’ was the key to the speedy results.
Designed for easy configuration by clients, the Bizcaps software can also synchronise data with multiple existing client systems involving minimal set-up. The MCIS software includes fully-customisable reporting and uses powerful workflow elements to manage subsequent routing and use of the data.
The wholly Australian-owned Bizcaps is a specialist provider of software designed specifically to provide access to the GS1net and NPC datapools, now the primary repository of product data for sellers and buyers in the grocery, liquor, healthcare, office products and hardware markets.
Bizcaps provides catalogue and master data management services for suppliers and buyers of all sizes.