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Sentillion Signs New Customers

Sentillion signed nine new customers and received contracts for additional products from four existing customers in the second quarter

ANDOVER, Mass. -- Sentillion, Inc., the company that created healthcare single sign-on, today announced it signed nine new customers and received contracts for additional Sentillion products from four existing customers in Q2. Sentillion’s products will unify a wide variety of healthcare clinical and business applications including Eclipsys Corporation®, MEDITECH, McKesson®, Cerner®, Lawson Software, GE Healthcare, Kronos® and Stentor, for these new customers that span 11 different U.S. states and Canadian provinces. Sentillion’s Q2 performance represents 94,130 new user licenses across Sentillion’s three product lines for single sign-on, user provisioning and virtualized remote access and increases its position as the largest provider of identity and access management solutions to the healthcare industry.

“We are extremely pleased to have utilized our entire product portfolio to address a wide range of healthcare information technology challenges, such as solving one organization’s remote access problem to deploying 20,000 new single sign-on users at a new hospital site,” said Paul Roscoe, president, worldwide sales & marketing for Sentillion.

For almost a decade, Sentillion has been at the forefront of technology innovation in healthcare IT. During Q2, Sentillion achieved two additional milestones, including surpassing the quarter million live users mark, an industry record and being recognized by Healthcare Informatics as the only single sign-on vendor to be named to their Top 100 list. In addition, Sentillion’s customer uptime once again exceeded five nine’s, with 100 % overall customer uptime for the quarter.

“Our uptime performance represents Sentillion’s unwavering commitment to keeping our customers live and fully productive,” said Mr. Roscoe. “We recognize the critical role our products play within the healthcare environment and look upon our uptime performance as a measure of how successful we have been in servicing our customers.”

Sentillion Inc.

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