Friday, September 2, 2011

Dell Ranked No. 1 Global Healthcare Information Technology Services Provider by Leading Analyst Firm

Dell is the leading provider of healthcare IT services globally according to a recent Gartner industry report(1). The ranking, which is based on 2010 revenue, marks the second consecutive year Dell has achieved the No. 1 ranking for healthcare services. Dell also ranked No. 1 globally for the provision of hardware maintenance and support to education customers.

Dell further solidified its leadership position over the past year with acquisitions and new cloud-based services offerings that address two of the most significant information management challenges faced by healthcare organizations today -- medical image management and archiving and information security. Dell acquired InSite One, further enhancing Dell's Unified Clinical Archiving solution, and SecureWorks, which provides world-class information security services. Earlier this year, Dell added to its suite of end-to-end solutions for the healthcare community, announcing cloud-based services that are designed to help hospitals and physician practices simplify secure data access, increase mobility, and further drive efficiencies.

"Our goal is to deliver services and solutions that enable healthcare providers to administer the highest quality of care to their patients. The ranking as the top provider of healthcare services reflects the commitment of our team to achieving this goal. It also reflects our commitment to investing in advanced cloud and security technologies designed to further drive quality and efficiency for our customers," said Steve Schuckenbrock, president, Dell Services.

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