ACPE Offers Private, In-House Network Technology.
And now that ACPE's own online initiatives are under way, health care professionals eager to bring the benefits of this new communication technology to their organizations are approaching the College.
"ACPE system specialists developed our Web-based platform for real-time collaboration so effectively that we can provide other organizations with a turnkey package," says ACPE executive vice president Roger Schenke.
"Using our network technology, health care systems, associations and other organizations with multiple locations or extensive staffs can hold meetings and exchange ideas without leaving their offices."
Private In-House Network Technology enables organizations to share word processing documents, spreadsheets, Web pages and presentations with the ease of a few mouse clicks.
And that makes it possible to conduct meetings, deliver training and educational programs, discuss issues, update organizational policies and handle just about any traditional face-to-face interactions in real-time via computer.
The technology makes it almost impossible to miss meetings because interactions can be recorded for viewing anytime.
"A particularly appealing aspect of Private In-House Network Technology," Schenke adds, "is how little it requires of users. No special infrastructure has to be in place -- only telephones and computers with Internet access are needed. No technical personnel have to be hired. What's eliminated are the cost and time required to travel to meetings distant locations."
And users enjoy huge savings because they don't have to build a communication technology from the ground up -- ACPE already has it in place.
In fact, ACPE's Private In-House Network Technology is so convenient that a free demonstration can be quickly delivered via Internet to your own office. To arrange your private desktop demo, contact Susan Quinn at 800/562-8088 or e-mail her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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|Date:||Nov 1, 2001|
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