CMA brings analytical depth, data visualizations, sharing, and presentation to world-class WIC solutions.
Share content and data. Experience a system that is built to be interactive, scalable, secure, accessible, and easily integrated and administered.
Business Intelligence helps organizations with better decision-making, leveraging a wide range of the latest tools and methods.
The CMA team provides in-depth analysis of historical data from varied sources to assist in making informed decisions.
Business Intelligence helps drive data-driven decision making with the help of aggregation, analysis, and visualization of data to strategize and manage business processes and policies.
WIC is made up of many functional areas all with their unique requirements for data and reporting. The Clinic operations area is focused on participant processing and benefit issuance, whereas the Finance area is concentrated on ensuring all benefit issuances and redemptions are accurate and reconciled.
With data visualization, CMA has merged data from both areas into timely and actionable information for both user groups.
CMA leverages visualizations to generate many of the key performance metrics designed for WIC program administration.
End-users can generate insights essential to program administration and decision making.
View some sample WIC dashboards by downloading, "Empowering WIC Program Administration through Analytics."
When COVID-19 increased pressure on New Jersey’s low-income communities, the state wanted to ensure food assistance support accessibility.
CMA will attend the 2019 Biennial NWA WIC Technology, Program Integrity, and Vendor Management Education & Networking Conference and Exhibits in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma from September 17-19, 2019.
CMA will attend the National WIC Association’s Annual Education and Training Conference & Exhibits in Baltimore, Maryland next week.
This past spring, CMA and the Arizona WIC Consortium continued the roll-out of eWIC and electronic benefits transfer (EBT) system.
After a three-month period of pilot operations, CMA (in collaboration with the Arizona Department of Health Services) began a state-wide rollout of the new HANDS system, which replaces the award-winning AIM system.
The NWA 2016 Annual Education and Training Conference & Exhibits was held in Cincinnati on May 22, 2016.
Arizona Business Daily recently featured CMA’s work launching eWIC and rolling out EBT compliance into HANDS, two and a half years ahead of the federal mandate.
In a recent MIS Alternatives Analysis Study presented at the 2017 NWA WIC Technology Conference, local agency staff was asked to evaluate five WIC MIS Systems, including HANDS.