MIke Bugara

From electronic forms to HIS to ECM platforms, Mike has seen—and demonstrated—it all. His innovative approach to showcasing Access’s integrated solutions makes him a valuable resource to hospitals evaluating paperless technologies. Currently a sales engineer, Mike’s eclectic work background includes management, implementation, marketing and more.

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Integration Doesn’t Have To Be Difficult

By MIke Bugara | Jun 12, 2017 8:43:12 AM

Starting a new job is never easy. You’re once again a little fish in a big pond, and every organization has new relationships, processes and challenges to navigate. Most people fall in love with the job and then hope they mesh with the company’s culture and conventions. Purchasing software is like that—you are enamored with a solution and cross your fingers that it will integrate smoothly into your existing IT ecosystem and processes.

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Improving Workflow AND the Patient Experience

By MIke Bugara | Mar 30, 2017 8:55:15 PM

I love to cook when I’m not traveling for work. There’s something calming about it. I think all of the late nights watching Bobby Flay and the Food Network got me hooked. They made it look so easy and effortless. I was beyond ecstatic when I bought a shiny, new food processor. The sky seemed to be the limit when it came to the meals it could help me prep. I felt like I could be in a league somewhere near his with all of my Inspector Gadget-like kitchen devices.

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What are you really seeing in demos?

By MIke Bugara | Feb 5, 2017 11:42:04 PM

It’s become all too common for software vendors to push their latest-and-greatest features in a demonstration, sometimes at the expense of showing you what that product really is. Does this scenario sound familiar? An eager demonstrator or sales consultant talks up a “breaking” new innovation, claiming that everyone wants to get their hands on it. But it’s soooo new that they can’t actually show you a working example, though they were able to pry away a few screen shots from their buddy in development at a steep price.

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