Case Studies

Because Size Matters

And So Does Experience

An institution, any institution, is only as a good as its last assignment. Over the last two decades, VertitechIT has been fortunate to work with some of the biggest names in healthcare and while the assignments are varied, there is one common denominator. Like those in the enterprise sector, all of our clients are looking to maximize, modernize, and monetize their IT infrastructure.

Located in the heart of Philadelphia, Temple Health is one of the leading academic medical centers in the country but felt handcuffed by having to share a network with its namesake university. TUHS required its own infrastructure, wanted to upgrade its legacy systems, provide anytime/anywhere/on any device access for clinicians, complete its digital transformation, and control the rising costs of 5 siloed datacenters.  Here’s how they’re doing it.  Read the case study.

With nearly 12,000 employees and more than a million patients a year, Baystate Health is one of the largest health systems in New England. This is the story of how an expensive new datacenter project resulted in a new hyper-converged architecture that saved millions of dollars in the process. Read the case study.

A regional not-for-profit healthcare system that had doubled its size in less than a decade, central Pennsylvania’s Lancaster General Health had a “siloed” IT infrastructure that was unable to keep up with the institution’s growth. Read how VertitechIT brought LGH up to a level that they could maintain. Read the case study.

Founded in 1972, Orthopedic Associates is one of the largest and most respected medical practices in its area but its decision to bring IT management in-house wasn’t working and outside vendors seemed more concerned with finger-pointing than problem solving. OAL was looking for a partner and found one in VertitechIT. Read the case study.

Cushman & Wakefield is a global real estate services group whose rapid growth was being slowed by an expensive and unresponsive datacenter infrastructure. The company needed to consolidate its servers into a more efficient private cloud environment based on and wanted a design for a hybrid cloud solution that included both on-premises private cloud and off-premises public cloud resources. Read the case study.

Something was putting the brakes on Wabtec’s wide area network. Senior management of this publicly-traded, worldwide leader in the development of brake subsystems and related products for rail and passenger transit vehicles, was stymied in its efforts to improve performance, reduce costs, and facilitate the free flow of data between its dozens of global locations. Read the case study.