Digital Harbor's "Know Your Provider" (KYP) has been named a silver winner in "Most Innovative Product of the Year" in Best in Biz Awards, the only independent business awards program judged each year by prominent editors and reporters from top-tier publications in North America.
KYP is enabling one of the biggest State Medicaid programs in the U.S. to drive transformational change in healthcare provider enrollment and validation. It is transforming the digital experiences of both Providers and State Enrollment Analysts (at either side of the KYP) into disruptive conversational engagements that culminated in massive annual cost-savings of USD $ 100 million.
Expressing his delight on the occasion, Rohit Agarwal, President, Digital Harbor, said, "KYP is a derivative of our flagship "Social Enterprise Technology" (SET), the world's first enterprise platform to deliver a new breed of applications called Conversational Applications. KYP uses latest pragmatic innovation to simplify, streamline and continuously optimize the entire life-cycle of enrollment process. We're happy to be thus recognized for our innovation-edge by North America's most eminent editors and reporters".
The 2018 Best In Biz Awards judging panel included, among others, writers from Associated Press, Barron's, Consumer Affairs, eWeek, Forbes, Healthcare Innovation News, Inc., Investment Advisor Magazine, MediaPost, New York Post, New York Times, Ottawa Citizen and Wired.
"In today's world, regardless of the industry you're in, striving to innovate should be the baseline," said Andrew Seale, Globe and Mail, joining the Best in Biz Awards judging panel for the first time. "The standouts amongst this year's entrants for the Most Innovative Company of the Year push beyond that, bringing a new perspective altogether. From tackling a myriad of verticals with simple, sustainable design, to rethinking how companies and consumers keep information and personal data safe - this year's winners aren't just innovating, they're redefining their industries.
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