Air Ambulance Service and Berry Street have been chosen as finalists in the Nutanix Web-scale Wish campaign, a worldwide competition which gave charities the chance to win a share in $500,000 worth of Nutanix converged hardware, licences and support.
The charities will deploy a Nutanix converged technology platform as their web-scale infrastructure, which will provide smoother and faster accessibility that will deliver improvements to staff workloads.
Berry Street CEO Sandie de Wolf said: “The installation will have a significant impact on Berry Street’s service delivery by allowing streamlined access to client databases. Where staff would have to visit any number of databases to obtain client history and other information related to a child’s case, this technology will have it all available in the one location. For those working directly with some of Victoria’s most vulnerable children and young people, it is a welcome advancement.”
The prize package also contains three Ultimate Software licenses and three years of support.
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