The Brooklyn Hospital Center Selects Velocity’s Hybrid Cloud Infrastructure
Velocity Technology Solutions, a global leader in enterprise cloud managed services, announced the successful go-live of The Brooklyn Hospital Center (TBHC) enterprise resource planning application suite leveraging Velocity’s Cloud Application Management PlatformTM (VCAMPTM) on Amazon Web Services (AWS).
With this launch at TBHC, Velocity has now brought over 120 healthcare organizations’ mission critical applications live in hybrid cloud environments all over the world.
“We have been keeping Brooklyn healthy for over 170 years. It is imperative that our teams be able to focus on providing the highest quality of care and safety to our patients while still having the resources and tools to stay innovative,” said Patrick S. Semenza, Senior Vice President & Chief Financial Officer of The Brooklyn Hospital Center, a 464-bed community teaching hospital located in the heart of downtown Brooklyn, NY.
Of their decision to implement a public cloud solution for their healthcare application, Semenza noted, “VCAMP for our enterprise application suite alleviates the strain on our IT team with the right analytics-driven managed services to take full advantage of the cloud.”
A trusted cloud advisor for healthcare organizations since 2003, Velocity delivers immediate benefits to enterprises seeking a total cost of ownership (TCO) advantage, the ability to quickly provision and deploy applications, the capability to keep applications “always current” and “always on” with successful volume updates, and the expertise to maximize quality of healthcare application delivery.
“We are passionate about providing the right cloud solutions for our healthcare customers who need specialized expertise due to their various ERP, EMR, and EHR workloads,” said Steve Kloeblen, President and CEO at Velocity. “We are proud to support Brooklyn Hospital’s digital transformation and know our cloud solutions will help TBHC achieve its imperative for delivering innovative, world-class patient care.”