Maxim Healthcare Services, Inc. digitizes the P2P process, delivering deep capabilities and value in best-in-class time
Ivalua, a leading provider of Global Spend Management Cloud solutions, and OPTIS Consulting, a management consulting firm that specializes in Source-to-Pay transformation, announced that Maxim Healthcare Services, Inc. has deployed Ivalua’s Procure-to-Pay (P2P) solution to improve supplier collaboration and process efficiency by digitizing the P2P cycle.
“We were looking to increase efficiency by maximizing user adoption by our internal stakeholders and suppliers,” said Cindy Seabrease, Director of Purchasing and Accounts Payable at Maxim Healthcare Services, Inc. “Ivalua’s P2P solution provides us with deep capabilities, flexibility to meet our unique needs and an intuitive interface and supplier-friendly approach. Combined with OPTIS Consulting’s industry knowledge and outcome-driven advice, we ensured a smooth deployment for our users and suppliers. We have over 1,100 users enabled since go-live.”
Maxim Healthcare Services, Inc. offers home healthcare, behavioral care, healthcare staffing, personal caregiving, and population health and wellness services across the United States. In keeping with its commitment to customer service and improving the lives of employees, caregivers and patients, Maxim was looking for a solution that delivered excellence and improved the experience for all stakeholders. OPTIS Consulting and Ivalua were selected for their proven experience in the healthcare sector, deep capabilities and high-level of configurability, enabling Maxim to deploy and leverage Ivalua’s intuitive user interface in 8 short weeks.
OPTIS Consulting Managing Director, Adam Fischer notes, “This project was a huge success and delivered rapid value to Maxim. We had a strong partnership with Ivalua and the great team at Maxim, and together we delivered measurable value quickly, while also unlocking the flexibility of the Ivalua platform.”
“The healthcare industry today is focused on balancing efficient cost structures and profitability while maintaining high quality care,” said Dan Amzallag, CEO of Ivalua Inc.“Digital efficiency is key to becoming more collaborative and agile in today’s highly regulated environment, and we are looking forward to empowering Maxim to deliver value and a great user experience through their digital transformation initiative.”