Coupa Software reported that Bryce Berg, Molina Healthcare's Vice President of Corporate Administration, has won Coupa's Innovation Leaders Award in Healthcare.
The company said that the award recognizes Berg's successful transformation of Molina's procurement sourcing and invoicing processes, an initiative that has facilitated Molina's growth.
According to a release from the company, the Coupa Innovation Leaders Award recognizes individuals or teams who have transformed their organizations through new approaches to business and technology that create measurable value. Berg is the first recipient of the Coupa Innovation Leaders Award for Healthcare.
"We had enough volume that we could fund the entire central organization just with the savings we would generate from centralizing these processes and by negotiating better contracts," said Berg. "This project was a key element of Molina's ongoing effort to manage our administrative costs."
The company deployed Coupa in 2012 and used the cloud-based platform to automate its procure-to-pay processes while giving employees a web-based system that took the pain out of the purchasing process.
As Berg expected, the project also uncovered hidden risks in the previous processes - unfavorable contract terms, inconsistent legal review and others - and helped the company address them.
"Molina is one of our most forward-thinking customers," said Rob Bernshteyn, CEO of Coupa Software. "Bryce has championed a spend management program that has transformed Molina, showcased the value of the Coupa platform and now serves as a playbook for our clients in the healthcare industry and beyond."
Molina Healthcare provides managed health care services under the Medicaid and Medicare programs and through the state insurance marketplaces.
Coupa Software is a provider of cloud-based financial applications.
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