When trying to grow a virtual environment rapidly without sacrificing performance and capacity... should you buy, or build?
A 528-bed tertiary care facility in western New York needed to successfully implement an EMR solution. ComSource, along with our partner affiliate, competed with top IT healthcare solution providers and consultants to win this major project that required significant pre-implementation planning, management and support to help deploy the mission critical EPIC software.
A nationally recognized retail corporation selected ComSource as a “checks and balances” to evaluate the performance of their current network and propose an architectural strategy that was both redundant and secure while requiring less maintenance. This company had a fast growing retail business and needed to ensure that their environment could support their current rate of growth.
A Fortune 1500 privately held cosmetic company was tasked by senior management executives to reduce costs in their data center. Knowing that IT maintenance contracts are subject to frequent annual price increases, often associated with renewals, this company reached out to ComSource for strategies on maintenance cost reduction.
A leading freight and logistics provider needed to reduce their use of paper through the full delivery cycle, improve their customer’s view time for payment on deliveries online and increase efficiency among drivers, IT support staff and employees completing back-office procedures. The “partial” paper based system being used by this company was creating inefficiencies such as, data loss, lack of quality control and wasted driver time.
A major academic based health system in Philadelphia required migration services consisting of relocating nearly 600 servers and related technology equipment from the primary data center to the new “designated data center”. Here is how ComSource helped...
A rapidly growing U.S. based retail corporation maintained a production data center in New York State. Several years ago the lack of a contract at a hot site recovery facility never seemed a major issue for a small retail company…just more of a potential minor inconvenience. As the company grew, in fact doubled and tripled in size, it became all the more apparent and actually critical to come up with a more effective and comprehensive business recovery plan.