Dell Technologies: Aiding the NHS on its digital transformation journey

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|Aug 7|magazine3 min read

(Norwich, UK, 07/08/2019)

Dell Technologies has partnered with the NHS to introduce new innovations to the UK’s healthcare industry.

“In the past, digital transformation used to simply mean getting new PCs, but that’s now been pushed aside,” said James Norman, Chief Information Officer (CIO) of Healthcare of the EMEA region at Dell Technologies.

The firm’s relationship with the NHS has changed subtly over the years, from responding to tenders or selling servers to reacting to what’s happening within the organisation, and what’s changing in the health industry.

“We can improve the outcome of people’s lives and diagnosis by up to 40%. By optimising efficiency and scale within the NHS, Dell Technologies is committed to improving the livelihood of the nation through its support of the healthcare system,” adds James Tromans, Sales Director for Dell Technologies.

By collaborating with specialist channel partners, Dell Technologies is able to support vertical industries, such as the healthcare sector. Computacenter, one of the largest infrastructure service providers in the UK, is a key partner and focuses on technology and managed services for the skills gap.

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