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Fruition Partners Releases Healthcare Management Suite With Launch of First Ever App Factory

Leading ServiceNow Master Solutions Partner Continues Innovation With Offering That Converts Legacy Applications to ServiceNow

CHICAGO, IL and SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 04/30/14 -- Fruition Partners, the leading provider of technology-enabled solutions for the service management sector, today announced the inauguration of the first-ever App Factory for converting legacy enterprise applications into modern service automation applications on the ServiceNowService Automation Platform with the release of its Healthcare Management Suite at the Knowledge '14 conference in San Francisco. Fruition Partners' exclusive App Factory builds on the firm's decade of experience with service management and ServiceNow application development and support for hundreds of clients. It enables Fruition Partners to collaborate with application owners and designers to convert legacy applications and build new applications on the ServiceNow platform for use in any IT or non-IT service automation environment.

"Once again, Fruition Partners is leading the service management industry with innovative thinking. With the launch of the App Factory, Fruition Partners is driving how new ideas are brought to market on the ServiceNow platform," said Marc Talluto, CEO of Fruition Partners. "We are excited to work with various experts in their particular field to offer new service automation applications that improve the ability of enterprises to drive their business forward. Our Healthcare Management Suite (HMS)is a perfect first example of this capability, as it addresses the timely issue of healthcare industry compliance with international coding standards in the U.S."

According to the Health Research Institute, the healthcare industry risks losing more than $6 billion every year there is a delay in moving to new coding standards. The Healthcare Management Suite (HMS) is a comprehensive program management solution for all healthcare payors and providers and is designed to help these organizations prepare for, and comply with, upcoming ICD-10 compliance regulations issued by the U.S. Health and Human Services Department. The suite's architecture supports an ITIL and ITSM approach to managing enterprise data changes with all internal departments and trading partners, whether it's a health plan, hospital, physician office, HIE / HIX, or clearinghouse. Specifically, the Trading Partner Testing (TPT) module of the HMS utilizes workflow automation to help medical groups identify which parts of their organization are ready for conversion to the new standards -- something that would otherwise be done manually, inefficiently and expensively via spreadsheets and phone calls.

"The HMS TPT application developed by Fruition Partners on the ServiceNow platform allows significant automation of an otherwise time- and resource-intensive manual process," said Dominic Saroni, a founder of Vosso, the company Fruition Partners has partnered with to bring the HMS solution to market. "This application could save as much as 30 percent of the staff time that would otherwise be dedicated to serving patients and customers, and save millions of dollars within large healthcare organizations as they maneuver through the conversion to ICD-10 and other healthcare regulations.HMS TPT answers the industry's question "Who is Ready and When?"I was impressed by Fruition Partners' expertise and encourage others to take advantage of their App Factory approach to bring innovative, custom applications to market."

Visit Fruition Partners during the Knowledge14 event in booth #307 to learn more.

About Fruition Partners
Fruition Partners is a technology-enabled services firm focused on elevating Service Management to the cloud. The company combines practical experience with technology-enabled tools and services to help organizations attain sustainable success throughout the entire Service Management process. With more than 400 ServiceNow implementations to its credit, Fruition Partners is a Master Solutions Partner of the leading enterprise IT cloud company. Fruition's depth of experience and team of more than 200 cloud-integration experts, accelerate service management to the cloud and ensure clients experience the cost and performance benefits quickly and easily. Named one of America's fastest-growing private companies on the Inc. 500|5000 list debuting at #480, Fruition Partners is a trusted partner to some of the world's most respected organizations including Target, General Electric (GE), Delphi, Fox and Tulane University. For more information on Fruition Partners visit http://www.fruitionpartners.com, follow the company on Twitter @FruitionPartner or call toll free 1-888-604-0055.

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