Read our fall newsletter to learn how Francisco Partners is opening the door to new opportunities for Orchard Software. We also share a couple product tech tips and end-of-service reminders, spotlight Corporate Sales Manger Ryan Hays, and post a reminder of our holiday hours. We detail a few more POCT webinars happening this month, and offer the 2020 training class schedule. And, as always, Orchy is traveling, so let us know if you can guess his current location. Happy holidays!
Read our latest newsletter to see how Washington Health System expanded its reach with Trellis and Collect, to learn about new enhancements to our online product help, and to sign up for an upcoming Trellis demo. We also share some end-of-service reminders, spotlight our Wellness team, and recap our 2019 symposium. Of course, Orchy is still traveling, so let us know if you can guess his current location.
Read our latest newsletter to learn what’s new in the v12 release of Orchard Harvest and Orchard Pathology, and see how we are enhancing and expanding the Product Center of Orchard Resource Central (ORC). We share tech tips for time-saving features, such as the use of hotkeys to help you move through your system more quickly. We shine the spotlight on our Technical Support team, and, as always, Orchy is on the move! Feel free to share your feedback to let us know what you’d like to see more of in the Orchard newsletter.
Check out our latest newsletter for tips on using CPT II codes and PDF viewers in Orchard’s software. In this edition, we shine the spotlight on our Training department, share some photos from our holiday decoration contest and our bowing fun for Special Olympics Indiana, and show results from our Tech Support feedback process. Need to register for our 2019 User Group & Symposium? We’ve got all the information you need inside. You’ll also get a sneak peek at Lab Week 2019, as well as our newest white paper on LIS usability. Let us know what you think! We share a survey link you can use to offer feedback on what you’d like to see more of in the Orchard newsletter.