BloodHub serves 13,000 active users across 2,100 hospitals who use our platform to processes thousands of life-saving transactions every day.
Phoenix, Arizona (PRWEB) May 05, 2016
BloodHub, the nation’s dominant supply chain automation solution, recently crossed the 1,000,000 mark for blood and service orders. Blood suppliers and their hospitals use BloodHub for order management, inventory control, credit administration, production planning and logistics.
“BloodHub serves 13,000 active users across 2,100 hospitals who use our platform to processes thousands of life-saving transactions every day,” said Michael Pandelakis, founder and CEO of BloodHub. “BloodHub is now a critical link in the nation’s healthcare supply chain, and we continue to grow very quickly, both in terms of volume and market share. Looking ahead, we anticipate reaching 2 million orders in less than a year.”
Exposure to high transaction volumes and customer feedback drive BloodHub's rapid product evolution. The resulting deep feature set enables broad automation of the blood supply chain, for both hospitals and their blood providers. In fact, product maturity and an intuitive end-user experience are the primary reasons behind BloodHub’s market share expansion, with a number of large blood systems currently implementing our system.
Andrew Pandelakis, founder and CTO, added, “Since inception, our focus has been on code quality, scalability and system uptime. When placing a patient-critical STAT order our users expect, and more importantly deserve, 100% system reliability and fast transaction times. And BloodHub delivers, day in and day out, because we sweat the details.”
If you would like to learn more about BloodHub or see a live demonstration, contact us online at http://www.bloodhub.com/demo.
BloodHub is a company focused on delivering high quality, web enabled blood management applications. In careers that span 25+ years, the company's founders have worked exclusively on software for the blood transfusion industry and have started and grown three successful companies. Together and individually, they have written or managed applications that span the entire blood management process from recruitment and collections to manufacturing, testing and distribution. For additional information on BloodHub, visit http://www.bloodhub.com.