Articles in Category: 2010 and Prior
Maine Bureau of Rehabilitation Services Selects Alliance Enterprises for VR Case Management System Maine BRS becomes the 24th state agency to implement AWARE VR®. Lacey, WA (October, 2010) – Alliance Enterprises announces that Maine’s Bureau of Rehabilitation Services (BRS), has selected AWARE VR as their new case management system. BRS selected AWARE VR to provide “a case management system for the bureau which supports its various programs and divisions, and provides security, remote access and robust case management, fiscal functions and reporting for its users.” BRS serves Maine citizens through three divisions, five regions, and nine regional offices.
Alliance Enterprises Partners With MyABCM To Provide Agile Analytics Software To US And Canadian Clients
Activity-based solution expected to provide cost accountability and transparency best practice services for VR agencies. Lacey, WA (January 6, 2010) – Alliance Enterprises announces a new business partnership and new options for state agencies who provide vocational rehabilitation services. Alliance has acquired distribution rights for MyABCM, one of the world’s premier activity-based costing software solutions. MyABCM is an international software supplier with more than 15 years of experience and almost 600 customers across all industries (manufacturing, services and public sector). With the nation’s focus on jobs creation, Alliance’s state vocational rehabilitation customers are looking for established best practices to meet requirements for cost accountability and transparency as mandated by ARRA and the use of stimulus funds. Activity-based costing is internationally recognized as a best practice by organizations looking to improve process efficiency and lower costs. Alliance recently completed integration of the MyABCM solution with the company’s AWARE VR Case Management software. Alliance is currently working with leading management consultants to offer a total solution targeting Vendor Performance Management and Profitability Analysis.
The partnership offers Vendor Performance Management (VPM) Services to Vocational Rehabilitation Agencies Industry thought leader, Peter B.B. Turney, to address vendor performance and jobs creation. Lacey, WA (December 31, 2009) – Alliance Enterprises announces a new solution for state agencies providing vocational rehabilitation services to analyze the relative performance of their vendors with the intent of maximizing vendor performance. This solution combines Alliance’s AWARE VR software with the technical expertise of Cost Technology, one of the leading consulting firms in the field of performance management.
Alliance Enterprises, responding to the growing demand for its AWARE® vocational rehabilitation case management software, announced the hiring of Gary Penley as the Company’s Director of Application Services. As a member of Alliance’s Leadership Team, Gary has responsibility for all customer service engagements including implementation of new systems, support of existing systems, training, and overall client satisfaction. Gary brings over twenty years experience in deploying and supporting enterprise systems to state government clients, having deployed over 100 mission-critical IT solutions.
Colorado DVR becomes the 22nd state agency to implement AWARE®. Lacey, WA (September 28, 2009) – Alliance Enterprises announces that Colorado’s Department of Human Services, Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR), has selected AWARE® as their new case management system. Colorado DVR is the third state agency to select Alliance‘s AWARE software in recent months joining California’s DOR contract award in May and Missouri’s DVR contract award in July. The Colorado DVR selection is part of the agency’s plan to improve efficiency, increase transparency and accountability, and ultimately create more jobs for individuals with disabilities across Colorado. The project is a direct outcome of the ARRA Stimulus Act and the nation’s focus on jobs creation and economic recovery. Nancy Smith, Director of Colorado’s Division of Vocational Rehabilitation, stated, “I am so excited that our staff will have a tool that will make them more efficient and effective at serving our customers. Thanks to the ARRA funds, Coloradoans with disabilities will be able to find the right job in less time with even better success than before."
Stimulus funds have created a surge in demand for Alliance’s vocational rehabilitation case management software. Lacey, WA (September 4, 2009) - Alliance Enterprises, Inc., a software solutions company, celebrated its 28th birthday last month with cake and big plans for growth. Alliance has been awarded contracts with California, Missouri, and Colorado state agencies which help people with disabilities find jobs. These agencies are using stimulus funds to improve their infrastructure and have selected Alliance's comprehensive case management system. As a result of the ARRA funding for state projects, Alliance expects to grow its staff by 30 to 40% in the next six to nine months. Alliance is recruiting in all areas including software development, project management and business process analysis.