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The Hits Keep Coming in Healthcare Vertical for Fusion

January 16, 2017

Unlike in most verticals, when it comes to healthcare communications can literally mean life or death.  It is vital that communications are kept secure and reliable, and, as unified communications adoption continues to gain traction, its market presence is growing hand and hand with the cloud. Cloud providers are licking their proverbial chops at the opportunity; however, the competition is fierce, with Fusion firmly planting its flag in the healthcare vertical.

While its success extends to government and to education, healthcare is Fusion’s sweet spot of recent, with its current announcement involving one of the Midwest’s leading radiology centers. The multi-site radiology center, signed a three year contact with the cloud services provider.

Fusion leverages its own cloud services platform, which is what enables a seamless, cost effective integration of services. With Fusion comes flexibility, leading to the ability to maintain a quality standard in secure and diverse cloud connections. Another added benefit of the selection is that the radiology center has one vendor to work with for all of its cloud service needs – there is one single point of contact for integrated services.

“We appreciate the healthcare's industry's increasing confidence in us, and we are pleased to have been selected to help the center advance its technology investments with our cost-effective single source cloud solutions. Fusion is committed to providing healthcare institutions with the solutions they need to provide the highest levels of care professionally, efficiently and compassionately,” explained Russell P. Markman, Fusion's President of Business Services.

The cloud continues its charge from vertical to vertical, with firms like Fusion leading the way. Utilizing the cloud allows for the ability to customize service offerings while also saving on cost and time; Fusion finds a good fit for each of its clients.

What do you have in the cloud? 

Edited by Alicia Young

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