How did your Integration Engine Stack up?
As we prepare for our 2017 Core Health Integration Engine Rating Survey, we wanted to take a look back at the results from last year. We included 5 popular integration engines in our survey: Corepoint, Rhapsody, Ensemble, Infor Cloverleaf Integration Suite, Mirth.
Over 250 people participated in 2016, each of whom rated their integration engine on a scale of 1 to 10 for a multitude of different factors, including things like how well the various engines meet their organization’s needs, how easy they were to use, and the process of implementation.
Overall, we were impressed by how well all of the engines were rated — the lowest score any engine received on any one characteristic was a 6.7 and the average score overall was an 8.5.
That said, almost all of the engines rated lowest on total cost of ownership (TCO) — with CorePoint, which outranked all of the other engines on every other feature, earning that 6.7 for TCO.
“the lowest score any engine received on any one characteristic was a 6.7 and the average score overall was an 8.5”
As mentioned above, CorePoint consistently performed the highest, with TCO the only factor where users rated it less than a 9.1. It ranks particularly well in ability to meet an organization’s needs and in support and services. Overall, users gave it an average rating of 9.3.
Ensemble was the lowest rated engine — but even it managed an average overall rating of 8.0 from users. It’s lowest rating was on implementation, where it scored a 7.1.
Interested in the rest of the results? Click here to get your full copy of the survey and keep an eye out for the 2017 survey request!