How CRM Transformed The Performance Of A Japanese Hospital

Guided by its motto ‘Never refuse to help’, Saiseikai Kumamoto Hospital (SKH) provides free and heavily-subsidised medical care to low income patients in Japan, as well as to residents of sparsely populated areas of the country. However in the absence of a centralised patient information management system, SKH was having a hard time living up to its goal of providing local medical care. With 400 beds, SKH is the major hospital in the Prefecture, providing acute-care and remaining open around-the-clock. More than 9000 patients are brought to the hospital by ambulance every year.

http://www.futuregov.asia/articles/2014/sep/03/how-crm-transformed-performance-japanese-hospital/

A Cloud in Japan: Salesforce.com Continues Its Expansion

TAG indexFounded in 1999, Salesforce.com (CRM) is the leading provider of hosted Customer Relationship Management (CRM) software services, which helps organizations manage critical operations such as sales force and marketing automation, customer service and support, document management, analytic and custom application development. Leveraging its expertise in on-demand software has allowed the company to increase the scale operations and moreover, it has been currently expanding its product portfolio through new services, especially cloud products.

http://www.gurufocus.com/news/256122/a-cloud-in-japan-salesforcecom-continues-its-expansion