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Max Doleh on Continuous Improvement
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Getting Better All the Time – My Take on Continuous Improvement

What if you could make innovation and advancement an integral part of your process? The concept of improving results and performance on a continual basis is universally recognized as a great idea. Doing it is another matter. First off, in order to improve continuously, you have to improve initially. Sometimes … Continue reading “Getting Better All the Time – My Take on Continuous Improvement”

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Blood Center Software: Automate Processes in Blood Operations
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Automating Processes in Blood Operations Saves More Than Money

It should come as no surprise, especially to those who work in the blood operations, that blood centers and hospitals that accept blood donations, are under immense regulatory scrutiny and an ever-present requirement to ensure quality in their operations. When these organizations say “A matter of life and death” they … Continue reading “Automating Processes in Blood Operations Saves More Than Money”

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Developing an SaaS Offering
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What We Have Learned From Developing Our Newest SaaS Offering – PERFEQTA

It has been almost a month since our company, Sigma Blood Systems, attended the AABB Annual Meeting in Orlando, FL and we have continued to receive an incredible response to our new SaaS offering, PERFEQTA. For those who don’t know, PERFEQTA is the world’s first fully flexible software for managing … Continue reading “What We Have Learned From Developing Our Newest SaaS Offering – PERFEQTA”

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Capturing Data Electronically with PERFEQTA
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Capturing Data Electronically in Clinical Research with PERFEQTA

It seems as though every week we are coming up with a new use for our fully flexible SaaS platform, PERFEQTA. Perhaps, I will have to start a blog just to keep track of the multiple uses for this dynamic software our team has created. Would you read if I … Continue reading “Capturing Data Electronically in Clinical Research with PERFEQTA”

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