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Case Studies

Ultimate Home Services

Expedient
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Ultimate Home Services (UHS), a flooring contractor for a national home improvement retailer, is driving business innovation with Expedient’s turnkey Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) and managed services solutions. Through its web-based customer and job orchestration portal, UHS schedules, coordinates, and provides customer service to an average of 65,000 home owners every year. Expedient’s cloud hosts this and other business-critical...

Prodigo Solutions

Expedient
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As a healthcare supply chain software startup, Prodigo Solutions’ lean in-house technical operations group was challenged by keeping up with the escalating demands of the business and its growing number of large customers. To scale its business, the Prodigo IT team knew it needed an infrastructure partner with turnkey service capabilities and top-tier technical expertise. Prodigo turned to Expedient to...

Expedient and VMware Help TIC Gums Modernize Their Infrastructure with Cloud

Expedient
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TIC Gums is using Expedient’s On-Site Private Cloud with Disaster Recovery as a Service to meet several business objectives, including the modernization and migration of its IT infrastructure and the creation and implementation of a disaster recovery plan and solution.

CareWorks Tech

Expedient
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Expedient and CareWorks Tech are going to market in Central Ohio and beyond with complementary, and comprehensive, IT infrastructure and managed services solutions whereby CareWorks Tech focuses on managing IT services for its customers and Expedient powers the infrastructure underneath those services.

Columbus Metropolitan Library

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As one of the most-used library systems in the nation, Columbus Metropolitan Library has more than 650,000 cardholders who rely upon it for a variety of services and resources. With an in-house infrastructure approaching end of life and an outdated disaster recovery plan, CML’s Information Technology team knew it was time for some changes.