(Press Release) Eyefinity and Gateway have announced that Eyefinity’s most popular practice management solution, OfficeMate, will include a business insights dashboard.
Powered by The EDGE, this feature is an exclusive Eyefinity desktop analytics dashboard embedded within the practice management software that provides a quick overview of specific areas of the business. With this addition, Eyefinity now offers a full suite of practice management solutions that help practices increase efficiency and revenue.
“Our goal in creating the business insights dashboard was to further invest in our OfficeMate platform,” said Steve Baker, president of Eyefinity. “Using key performance indicators, busy practices can track important data like revenue and sales. Access to this data allows practices to make real time decisions that will help them stay productive and profitable while offering the highest quality of care for patients.”
Performance indicators available through the dashboard are presented in month-to-month and year-to-date formats. Using charts and graphs, these practice-specific data points are visually appealing and easily understood. The following seven metrics are tracked by the dashboard:
- Clinic and optical revenue
- Revenue per exam
- Capture rate
- Number of exams
- Number of optical units (lenses, frames, complete pairs)
- Average frame sale by optician and
- Account receivable data.
Eyefinity and GPN have worked closely together for several years via integration of The EDGE with OfficeMate. OfficeMate clients who are interested in taking a deeper dive into the analytics can easily upgrade to The EDGE. Current EDGE users will enjoy the ability to access The EDGE directly from OfficeMate.
Jay Binkowitz, president and CEO, GPN states, “GPN has been supporting the needs of independents for over eight years through EDGE® technology and EXPERTeam consulting services. We are thrilled to bring our technology to OfficeMate 12 customers through the business insights dashboard, powered by The EDGE.”
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