HomecareCRM, Opis Management Resources agree to deploy LongTermCareCRM solution companywide

Published on June 21, 2014 at 3:36 AM · No Comments

HomecareCRM, the industry leader in customer growth solutions for the post-acute care industry, and Opis Management Resources, LLC, an award-winning rehabilitation company located in Florida, have announced an agreement to deploy the LongTermCareCRM solution companywide. LongTermCareCRM is a product of HomecareCRM designed specifically for the needs of facility-based post-acute care providers.

"Opis has searched for the best solution to bolster the productivity, efficiency and time management of our sales staff, and ultimately, increase census and profitability," said Yamile Kaddoura, director of sales and marketing with Opis. "Using market data provided by HomecareCRM, we were already positioning our company for growth. Implementing this CRM solution and giving our sales team the ability to leverage that data throughout our service footprint will give us the competitive advantage to achieve our financial goals."

HomecareCRM offers EMR integration to its clients, bolstered by Harvest data, a unique claims database for lead generation, and unparalleled in the CRM industry space. EDGE, the company's newest product, is the first and only healthcare-specific CRM solution using predictive intelligence to enhance sales performance.

"We are extremely pleased to have Opis as our newest growth partner," said Melynda Lee, vice president of marketing and development with HomecareCRM. "We've been working with Opis by providing marketplace data to help the company make strategic business decisions. This commitment on behalf of Opis further validates the significant value of the information we provide our clients to help them grow their businesses."

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HomecareCRM, LLC

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