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"I was first introduced to Envision in 1999 when I moved to California from Washington State. At the time of my move to California, Decade Software’s Envision was not yet widely known in Washington State and the data management systems I had grown accustomed to were a mix of non-integrated and poorly supported database systems.
In my new job as Environmental Health Director in a Northern California health agency, I found Envision to be a comprehensive information management system that effectively served the agency’s primary needs: time accounting, statistical reporting, billing, and financial management. I soon became familiar with the Envision language of DARs, PEs, Service Codes, etc.
A little over five years ago, I relocated to become the Environmental Health Director at another Northern California public health department. My new office was using an older data management system that was not keeping up with new technology and lacked features that we felt were important. At the same time, we began hearing about Decade Software’s exciting new update called EnvisionConnect that used an intuitive web browser-like interface. After comparing this cutting-edge product with other information management systems available on the market, it did not take us long to decide that we needed EnvisionConnect to meet current and future data management needs.
We purchased EnvisionConnect in 2009 and haven’t regretted the decision. An information management system as complex as EnvisionConnect has a learning curve, but with a combination of web-based and on-site training, robust product support by helpful staff, program-specific user’s groups, and an outstanding website, our Office Support Supervisor soon became comfortable with the system and with using many of the products features.
Brad Banner, Director, Butte County Environmental Health Department