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PRIM Healthcare Staffing Software Chosen by Switzerlands Largest Hospital

With a staff of more than 10,000 employees, the CHUV holds a particularly in-depth need for fully customizable staffing software solutions, publishes prim-software.com

Montreal, Canada – November 11, 2017 /MarketersMedia/

One Montreal-based company recently marked a noteworthy milestone in its time line. Earlier this week, Gabriel Tremblay announced PRIM staffing software was chosen by the CHUV, the largest hospital in Switzerland. PRIM Healthcare staffing software will be used by the hospital with a workforce of more than 10,000 individuals to manage its on-call nurse availabilities, certifications and staffing needs as well as shift proposals.

Said Tremblay, “Our revolutionary software is tailored specifically to the needs of our clients and configured not only based on the unique requirements of each industry, but the work methods exclusive to each company. Demands in the healthcare field are markedly diverse, and in light of The CHUV’s extensive staff, meeting the facility’s staffing needs is particularly crucial. We’re proud to have a hand in lightening the workload and increasing efficiency for this exceptional hospital.”

Since its founding, PRIM has risen through the ranks to become a major player in the field of healthcare staffing. Versions of the signature Staffing software are additionally used in a wide range of other industries, including, staffing agencies, mining, traffic control, education, food service, hospitality, housekeeping, landscaping and event planning to name a few. Three PRIM software packages are available for businesses in need of staffing management solutions: Recruiter, Complete and Corporative.

Each package offers its own distinct set of features, such as file and customer relationship management, permanent and temporary staffing coordination, job candidate profile creation, internal and external accounting options, web interface and around-the-clock technical support among others. While features vary by package, many are universal; furthermore, hosting and security services are provided with all software solutions.

The CHUV’s custom-designed software has now officially gone live. Development and customization took place within a matter of months. Hospital officials note the newly up-and-running PRIM healthcare staffing solution is expected to save hundreds of hours of work while aiding in streamlining daily operations on a number of levels.

“Our software is specially designed for permanent recruitment, temporary staffing, call lists and agency management in an array of industries,” said Tremblay. “Loaded with easy-to-use functions and focused on efficiency, PRIM allows teams to optimize their daily activities, leaving them with more time for candidates, customers, employees and other focal points. As the most flexible and customizable option of its kind on the market, PRIM is the ideal solution for virtually any company. We encourage anyone in need of permanent or Temporary staffing software solutions to contact us to learn more about what PRIM can do for them.”

About PRIM:

PRIM is a software used by staffing agencies and the healthcare industry to manage temporary staffing, on-call employees, staff availability and bulk shift proposal.

Contact Info:
Name: Gabriel Tremblay
Email: g.tremblay@prim-software.com
Organization: PRIM
Address: Montreal, Canada
Phone: 1-844-849-7746

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