Catapult is proud to have played a key role in supporting Partners in Health migrate key business application onto Microsoft Azure infrastructure, extending their accessibility, improving performance and reliability, and significantly bolstered security. From this initiative, Partners in Health was recently featured in Microsoft’s Digital Transformation Blog. Microsoft’s Digital Transformations blog highlights leading organizations and businesses that are harnessing the latest in Microsoft platform technology to make significant improvements in their operations and the way they engage with customers and stakeholders.
Partners in Health is a Boston-based non-profit that provides healthcare services to the world’s poorest, most marginalized communities. Founded in 1987 by renowned Dr. Paul Farmer, a physician and anthropologist, who also serves in leadership roles at Harvard Medical School, Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, and the United Nations.
Migrating Partners in Health to Microsoft Azure
In 2015, Catapult worked with Dave Mayo the Partners in Health CIO and his team to migrate key business applications to Microsoft Azure. As a specialist in ERP technology, Catapult’s role was to lead the migration of Serenic Navigator, an embedded ISV solution based on Microsoft Dynamics NAV along with supporting technologies that include Jet Enterprise, Rapidi Replication Services and Log Me In Services. The resulting Azure solution improved performance by separating Serenic Navigator from Jet’s enterprise reporting cubes, and addressed performance and security issues through Active Directory logins, 2factor authentication to the Azure portal, and the use of Windows authentication.
Transformational Initiative with Partners in Health
Catapult is extremely proud to have been a supporting partner in this transformational initiative with a visionary organization like Partners In Health.
Read the case study on Microsoft Transformations: Time is life: Partners In Health counts on the cloud to help those in need
Partners in Health: Employees Work Together Across the Globe
Watch the video: Microsoft Cloud Helps Partners in Health Employees Work Together all Over the Globe