Client Wins From August 22
DataFactZ Continues to Expand Client Base: DataFactZ, a Northville based system and data integration company, announces the addition of two new clients, Midwest Emergency Services and the American Association for Community Colleges. Midwest Emergency Services provides revenue cycle management to its clients through emergency medicine coding, revenue management expertise and practice management support. DataFactZ assists MES by implementing Micro Strategy to cater reports to various hospitals where MES provides services. The American Association of Community Colleges, the primary advocacy organization for community colleges across the nation, represents nearly 1,200 institutions and more than 13 million students. DataFactZ implements MicroStrategy reporting softwar for the Voluntary Framework of Accountability program through the integration of SharePoint and a software development kit. DataFactZ also recently added Gap Inc., MARS Sales Force Solutions, Lord & Taylor and Saddle Creek Solutions to its client roster. DataFactZ assists clients with various IT implementations, providing customized data warehousing, business intelligence and Web application development; and combines industry expertise and innovative thinking to deliver customized class-leading information solutions that help ignite growth in organizations. For more information about DataFactZ, visit www.datafactz.com or call (866) 739-0820.
Southfield Data Analysis Firm Gets Federal Deal: HBM nCode Federal LLC, a provider of data analysis, durability and performance evaluation and operational monitoring services, announced today that it has been awarded a subcontract from QinetiQ North America for a pilot program involving new maintenance methodologies. The subcontract is part of QNA’s three-year contract, estimated to be worth $17 million, for supporting the Maintenance Planning and Execution Division of the U.S. Army TACOM Integrated Logistics Support Center. Supporting QNA, HBM nCode Federal LLC will analyze field data collected on 2,000 Army tactical vehicles to provide actionable information to define cost savings in operations and maintenance of the vehicles under a Condition Based Maintenance program. CBM will help to optimize Department of Defense maintenance programs. Under a CBM program, maintenance is only performed when there is evidence of need — thus offering the potential for large cost avoidance and time savings — decreasing false alarms, preventing unnecessary maintenance and improving operational readiness and mission reliability. CBM is based on real-time assessments of equipment conditions obtained from embedded or external sensors and measurement equipment. HBM nCode Federal LLC’s will use nCode commercial analytical software to convert the raw sensor data into information identifying potential efficiencies in the maintenance processes to increase readiness, improve life cycle fleet management and improve operational knowledge for future vehicle design and evaluation. The software supports predictive maintenance planning, comparing field performance characteristics to system performance requirements.