Agis Network

SAMSapp™

eForms for SAMS™ application module

For organizations currently using Harmony’s SAMS™ case management software, AGIS Network’s SAMSapp™ module extends the system’s functionality to include electronic application forms that automatically use previously collected client information—so your staff won’t need to re-enter data.

Using SAMSapp™, you accomplish more with no additional effort. Simply enter all required client information on any form you need and SAMSapp™ stores it for future use. As your clients apply for more services, forms are automatically filled with all appropriate information. As you add more information to the variety of applications, SAMSapp™ intelligently builds each client’s information catalog.

Tremendous savings are realized by reducing effort and avoiding errors as you eliminate the need for repetitive data entry. Forms are completed accurately, quickly and can be printed in the required agency format.

SAMSapp™ is customizable to your organization’s exact specifications to achieve significant cost savings and improve service quality by streamlining or eliminating paper-bound processes.

Features

  • Launch a variety of benefit forms and pre-populate them with collected client-specific information
  • Print or e-file agency compliant forms from the simple SAMSapp™ interface
  • Search for and review a history of completed forms

Benefits

  • Do more with your current resources: assist more clients faster when they apply or reapply for services
  • Offer compliant forms: generate information in the required format for any agency or service provider
  • Make the application process more valuable: build a catalog of information for your clients that can be used for all benefit applications

Side Quote

“AGIS Network’s name speaks for itself. The quality of service, products and deliverables has been excellent. We have consistently received prompt, courteous service from AGIS Network.”

Rebecca Rude Ozaki, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, University of Hawaii - Center on Disability Studies

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