A Major Hospital Chain
Untangling a mess of redundant processes—and uncovering a wealth of savings
The nation’s largest hospital chain faced a nightmare when trying to integrate scores of hospitals and clinics into a workforce …
Past the support deadline on 18,000 computers, a growing health network turned to us for help.
Our client has invested more than $800M since 2001 to build a health network spanning 14 hospitals and 12,000 employees.
When a computer operating system came to end-of-life, the client wrestled with what to do with thousands of workstations.
Provisions contractors upgraded the organization’s computers in only 9 months.
The client was able to rely on Provisions to successfully update its computers—saving money on support costs and on the project itself.
18,000 workstations used an operating system that had reached end-of-life. To keep the computers running, our client was paying a significant premium to extend support past the deadline.
An internal pilot of the migration project was ineffective, leading our client to meet with Provisions and two other vendors. Based on our ability to perform the project within their budget, we were awarded the work.
Provisions began the project with two smaller teams and a project manager. Over the course of nine months, the team grew to about 60 contractors working around the clock.
We faced network problems, logistical issues, and more – but were able to overcome all of those challenges to complete the project successfully.