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Health System Selects Fusion for Single-Source Cloud Solution

April 26, 2017

Cloud computing was once a murky proposition, but today is earning its way to ubiquity. By empowering our Saasy era and providing a key component of the digital transformation taking place, it seems the cloud is no passing fad, as it is enabling change from the c-suite to the contact center – from UCaaS and PaaS, to IaaS and the entire alphabet soup.

Recently, a leading health system decided to join the cloud revolution, and selected Fusion for its rich set of cloud services. The five-year contract includes the deployment of Fusion’s robust, fully integrated cloud services platform, which offers scalability, in addition to converged data and voice solutions, providing a single source for the cloud. The implementation also adds advanced monitoring, reporting, billing and management systems, on top of 24/7 live maintenance, customer and technical support.  

“For more than 30 years, this leading hospital system has established a tradition of excellence sponsoring community initiatives and collaborations that address the causes and consequences of poverty, including residential care for the homeless and low-income childcare as well as education-related efforts for childcare providers and disengaged parents. We are gratified to have earned the trust and confidence of this community-focused organization that shares Fusion's dedication to providing an exceptional customer experience,” said Russell P. Markman, Fusion's President of Business Services.

The leading Midwestern and Southeastern Health System notes the combination of Fusion’s nationwide network and its single source cloud solutions as key reasons for the selection, citing the ability to provide secure connectivity among a number of managed branches across several states.

In leveraging Fusion’s future forward UCaaS, and cloud services like in other verticals, Fusion will do the heavy lifting, so you can worry about business operations and not collaboration or connectivity. 

The cloud era is upon us, are you ready to enjoy the ride? 

Edited by Alicia Young

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