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CBORD presents Excellence Awards at User Group Conference

Andy Williams   ||   Oct 07, 2009  ||   

Two universities and a hospital are the recipients of CBORD’s Excellence Awards, presented recently at the campus card provider’s 30th annual User Group Conference in Baltimore. This year’s winners were recognized for innovative uses of CBORD solutions to drive revenue, reduce costs and improve safety and security.

The Visionary Award went to Ohio State University in recognition of its solutions to improve service and reduce costs in campus dining. The university uses CBORD’s Foodservice Suite to cut costs through forecasting and central ordering for its many units, as well as online solutions such as Webfood, NetNutrition, and NetCatering.

The Above and Beyond Award went to Jason Rossi, director of One Card and Campus Security Systems at the University of San Francisco, for his service to both his own university and the CBORD user community. Rossi’s expertise in campus card and access control management, including implementation of wired, wireless, and offline readers, has been shared with other CBORD users through customer listservs, user group conference presentations, and one-on-one consultations with other universities.

The One CBORD Award went to Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas. for its integration of CBORD solutions for food service, nutrition service and cashless purchasing. Texas Health uses the Odyssey PCS cashless system along with Foodservice Suite and Nutrition Service Suite to handle accounting, ordering and inventory management that has resulted im improvements in productivity, lower expenses, increased revenue, and improved employee and patient safety.

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