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Fiorano Helps Gamma-Dynacare for Quick and Accurate Reporting of Medical Tests

Fiorano Software, a leader in enterprise integration middleware solutions, announced that Fiorano ESB (Enterprise Service Bus) has been deployed at Gamma-Dynacare, one of Canada's largest and most respected providers of medical laboratory services and solutions, for swift and accurate testing and reporting of tens of thousands of specimens each day.

With more than 50 million tests conducted each year and supporting more than 12,000 community-based Canadian physicians and other healthcare providers, it was a cumbersome task for Gamma-Dynacare to handle some of the critical tests such as Food Intolerance Test which measures over 220 specific foods at one time. It involved manual processing, a tedious and critical task of matching lab test results with patients and patient records, a process that was taking upwards of 3 days per patient. Reducing time, achieving near 100% accuracy in matching test results and automating this process was crucial for Gamma-Dynacare as it can help a patient seek immediate attention by their healthcare provider.

After a detailed evaluation, Gamma-Dynacare chose Fiorano over their incumbent software provider as no other vendor could match Fiorano’s productivity, innovation, time to market and TCO. With Fiorano’s efficient mapping tools and ESB infrastructure, the time taken to deliver test results was reduced to less than two hours, resulting in a substantial increase in ROI (Return on Investment) and customer satisfaction. With an innovative enterprise system in place, Gamma-Dynacare is now able to provide its customers with a web-based personalized report that a healthcare provider can get access to soon after the test is done, in addition to the current report that it usually provides, making it one of the best in the industry.

About Fiorano

Founded in 1995, Fiorano has been a trusted provider of enterprise integration middleware, high performance messaging and distributed systems. Fiorano's innovative event-driven SOA platform integrates applications and complex technologies into an enterprise nervous system. Fiorano’s hybrid Cloud-ESB integrates applications across SaaS, PaaS and on-premise worlds.

Global leaders including NHS UK, British Telecom, AT&T Labs, Vodafone L’Oreal, Capgemini, NASA, US Coast Guard and POSCO have deployed Fiorano's solutions to drive innovation through open, standards-based, event-driven SOA applications yielding unprecedented productivity.

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