Wolverine Worldwide Case Study Wolverine Worldwide speeds global product development from 425 days to 140 enabled with a Citrix on Azure solution.
Torrance Memorial Medical Center Torrance Memorial Medical Center prides itself on having the expertise and technology to deliver the best medical care possible. When it came time to replace an aging building on its Torrance, California campus with a state-of- the-art health care facility, executives saw an opportunity to eliminate a daily technological barrier: the slow process for accessing patient information as clinicians and physicians made their daily rounds.
Texas Tech Case Study Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center (TTUHSC) at El Paso is the fastest-growing medical school in Texas. With a 25-year tradition of excellence in clinical education, the Center prepares medical students and residents for careers in medicine. As part of the education process, the Center has become one of the area’s major health care providers.
Promise Healthcare Case Study Promise Healthcare is one of the largest long-term acute care [LTAC] hospital organizations in the country. With more than 5,000 staff members and 21 facilities nationwide, they utilize an interdisciplinary approach to healing and wellness in providing treatment for patients with life’s most serious illnesses and injuries.
Munson Medical Center Case Study For years, Munson Medical Center, based in Traverse City, Michigan, searched for a way to unify the multiple computer and software applications physicians, nurses and other medical staff needed to do their jobs.
Knorr-Bremse Case Study With a strategy of rapid expansion through multiple mergers and acquisitions (M&A), Knorr-Bremse needed a way to quickly integrate newly acquired businesses into the company’s IT infrastructure.
Henry Ford Allegiance Health Case Study Henry Ford Allegiance Health has been serving south-central Michigan since 1918 and has grown to include an extensive network of physicians and comprehensive medical services crossing the continuum of care.
Genesys Hurley Cancer Institute Case Study The Genesys Hurley Cancer Institute is a joint venture between Genesys Regional Medical Center and Hurley Medical Center. The hospitals decided to work together to provide excellent care for cancer patients. Created in 2002 after years of planning, the treatment center is now housed in a $9.6 million, two-story facility built adjacent to an existing 17,000 square-foot combined radiation oncology center.