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Leading provider of medical devices in the global healthcare sector

Supporting the customer´s move to a cloud-first strategy

How the customer reduced TCO of their IT, increased employee productivity, optimised application performance and delivered improved flexibility and security

Business drivers –  why move to the cloud?

This leading provider of medical devices needed to adopt a cloud-first strategy that allowed their business to collaborate with a vast global partnership ecosystem including Microsoft, Zscaler, SAP Exertum, Cegeka, Spot IT, and Tam Tam Consulting. Additionally, their move to SAP on Azure was a catalyst in moving to the cloud.

With 25,000 employees globally, and 1,500 employees in EMEA, this Tier 1 company chose Colt to move to a cloud-based ecosystem, which therefore also allowed improved productivity and global collaboration across their business.

Why Colt?

  • Clear understanding of the challenges and ecosystem of the business
  • Best-in-class network
  • Collaboration expertise and advanced solution portfolio
  • Network footprint match
  • Commercial and contractual flexibility
  • Clear overarching Project Plan de-risking the migration

The solution

  • SD WAN with Cloud Access and Secure Enterprise Gateway (Zscaler)
  • Colt Intelligent Communications solution
  • Colt Professional Services

The result

Moving to a cloud-first strategy and using Colt´s services and solutions, resulted in flexible collaborative working, increased productivity and improved delivery of secure, cloud-based services and application experiences to their users. Their future strategy includes optimised performance, further consolidation and harmonization of the IT estate and in-depth application performance visibility.

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Leading provider of medical devices in the global healthcare sector




To move to a cloud-first strategy, to reduce TCO of IT, increase productivity, flexibility and security, with optimal application performance


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