Riding the rails of innovation

Eighty-four tunnels, 383 spectacular bridges and the soaring Swiss Alps—Rhaetian Railway carries travelers safely through one of the wildest places on Earth. See how this alpine train system used Citrix solutions to develop its mobility strategy and innovate.

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Embracing the mHealth revolution

Fujitsu, a Citrix Systems Integrator based in Finland, implemented a mobility solution for their customer, Terveystalo. The organization’s innovative mobile health technology unites Finland’s healthcare providers with their patients—no matter the distance.


Focusing on chocolate perfection

Award-winning Belgian chocolatier Pierre Marcolini implemented hosted desktops to reduce time spent managing IT and focus instead on the core business of gathering exquisite ingredients from around the globe to create premium delicacies.


Competitive Edge: Sports group scores with technology

Sharks Sports & Entertainment sought out a solution that would allow the IT team to manage information from anywhere. With coaches, scouts and executives in constant contact, and comprehensive data at their fingertips, the Sharks are equipped to power past peer teams in the dynamic world of professional sports.


Energizing utility services

Powershop is the world’s first online energy store, revolutionizing the way people can interact with their electric utility company. Using innovative collaboration solutions, Powershop has been able to achieve levels of customer satisfaction unprecedented in the energy sector.


Weathering the storm

Frank Hirth, a premier UK-US tax and accounting firm, invested in a robust desktop virtualization solution that helped the company’s NYC office weather Hurricane Sandy, the largest Atlantic hurricane on record.

Wine and Technology: A perfect pairing

Viña Santa Rita, one of the largest wine producers in Chile, manages more than 3,500 hectares of vineyards and 800 staff. The company equips its employees with virtualized apps and handheld devices so they can communicate quickly and access the real-time information needed to operate a successful winery.