“The PCA crew is leagues above
the competition” - Pepsico
"a prior vendor failed to develop
the application, which (Practical) delivered." - Franklin Park
"the application (is) easier to use, with a
much simpler, more intuitive use interface" - Royal Administration Services
"Sometimes it's the things you don't ask for
that are important" - Royal Administration Services
"PCA turned our raw data and algorithms into easy to use
and understand features and reports." - CareScout
"The quality and professionalism ... has been
so outstanding that we want to send you a letter of thanks." - USALCO
"PCA people and applications stand out by
far exceeding our expectations." - USALCO
"The resulting application greatly increas(ed)...
our business effectiveness and efficiency." - The Advest Group
"PCA completes projects
efficiently and effectively" - Pepsico
LifePlans, based in Waltham MA, provides risk and care management products and services to insurance companies to determine whether individuals are qualified for insurance coverage.
LifePlans’ existing system was built using a FoxPro database — the system was missing key functionality, was difficult to use, and system performance and reliability was degrading with continued use.
Practical Computer Applications (PCA) converted the FoxPro database to a modern multi-user platform comprised of Visual Basic and Microsoft Access. PCA evaluated LifePlans workflow and functional needs during the application migration process, filled in the functional gaps and streamlined the workflow. PCA also developed several versions of the solution to support different customer deployment scenarios e.g. standalone and networked use, and administration controls.
PCA developed a healthcare risk assessment database in MS Access that allows nurse associates to analyze diagnosis risk factors and determine long-term health care implications. LifePlans uses the application internally and markets, sells and supports the application commercially.
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