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MiraMed Adopts NetSuite OneWorld Cloud-Based ERP Solution

MiraMed Global Services (MiraMed), headquartered in Jackson, Michigan, is pleased to announce the adoption of NetSuite’s OneWorld Platform. MiraMed, along with its global subsidiaries and affiliates, will transition over to the NetSuite OneWorld system during Q2 2014. MiraMed is being aided in this endeavor by SWK Technologies, Inc. (SWK), an enterprise engaged in delivering transformational business technology solutions and services.

NetSuite OneWorld is the world's most-deployed cloud enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution for global businesses. It allows the management of multiple subsidiaries, business units and legal entities, all from a single cloud-based ERP system to accelerate financial consolidation and visibility, while seamlessly handling different currencies, taxation rules and reporting requirements.

Tony Mira, MiraMed’s President and CEO expounds, “When determining the best ERP solution for MiraMed, I learned that NetSuite is used in more than 100+ countries, by more than 10,000 corporate headquarters and subsidiaries worldwide, and that NetSuite OneWorld is the ERP solution of choice at some of the world’s largest, most successful and fastest-growing companies.” Mira adds, “I feel confident that NetSuite can not only manage our multi-national endeavors, but grow with MiraMed as well.”

NetSuite OneWorld will prove a valuable tool as MiraMed expands its global footprint into Europe with the UK as its first destination. Christine Patterson, Vice President of Finance for MiraMed states, “MiraMed has had a foothold globally with installations in India and the Philippines, as well as our headquarters in the U.S. OneWorld will help us integrate our new UK facility seamlessly.”

Jeffrey D. Roth, CEO of SWK Technologies, continues, “Our mission is to empower our clients with the knowledge, solutions and tools necessary for success, and we look forward to focusing our many years of ERP system experience in assisting MiraMed with its NetSuite implementation process.”

About MiraMed

Headquartered in Jackson, Michigan, MiraMed Global Services, Inc. stands as the premier global provider of business process outsourcing solutions to healthcare organizations globally. MiraMed partners with hospitals, health networks, physician practices and related industry service organizations to provide a broad portfolio of customizable solutions, uncover and capitalize on hidden financial opportunities, improve productivity and ultimately increase profits.

MiraMed pairs healthcare industry experts with world-class processes, infrastructure and technology to deliver meaningful and measurable results. This proprietary model enables sustainable change by delivering a complete, customizable "end-to-end" solution devised to meet a client's own unique financial and organizational needs. Send inquiries to [email protected] or visit us at www.miramedgs.com.

About SWK

SWK Technologies, Inc. is an IT consulting company providing strategies and solutions to meet its clients’ information and business management needs. As an Acumatica Partner, NetSuite Solutions Provider, Sage Authorized Business Partner, Sage Gold Development Partner and Sage Authorized Training Center, SWK offers best-of-breed solutions for accounting and business management, financial reporting, business intelligence, CRM, job costing systems and warehouse management. Specializing in collaborative commerce—the communication and cooperation between suppliers and customers—SWK developed MAPADOC integrated EDI, a solution that works seamlessly with the business management solutions it sells and supports. SWK also provides managed network and business continuity services and has offices in Livingston, NJ; New York City Metro Area; Syracuse, NY; Buffalo, NY; Chicago, IL; Minneapolis, MN; Los Angeles, CA; and Dallas, TX. For more information, please visit www.swktech.com or www.mapadoc.com.

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