Customers succeed with Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops

Royal Caribbean quickly consolidates global infrastructure with Citrix

Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. is the second-largest cruise line operator in the world. The company owns six brands with a combined total of 42 ships globally. Royal Caribbean enables a global, mobile workforce to work better using Citrix products, including XenDesktop and XenApp. With anytime access to critical applications, Royal Caribbean is able to save on costs while providing a great user experience to their employees.

Westpac improves employee productivity, business agility and customer service

Westpac Bank Group serves 12.5 million customers globally. To keep pace with evolving customer demands while assuring security and operational efficiency, the company needed to transform its legacy IT infrastructure of 13 datacenters, 850 branch servers, 14 data security systems and a custom virtualized environment. Westpac turned to Citrix to enable business mobility throughout its global organization. Centralized management and delivery of legacy custom apps and Windows apps allows employees to access a standardized desktop image from anywhere on any device.

Saint Francis Hospital and Medical Center deploys streamlined EMR system to thousands of workstations

Saint Francis Hospital and Medical Center is an acute care hospital located in Hartford, Connecticut. Saint Francis has grown into New England's largest Catholic hospital, with 617 beds and major clinical concentrations in oncology, cardiology, orthopedics, rehabilitation, and women and infants services. Using multiple Citrix solutions, the hospital was able to deploy a new EMR system across thousands of workstations and mobile devices, helping to enable anytime, anywhere access to EMR data as part of a larger BYOD initiative.

We had looked at competitive solutions in the past, but the last thing we wanted was to switch virtualization platforms in the middle of an EMR upgrade. And after working with Citrix for so long, we had a lot of confidence in the product and the team supporting it.
Linda Shanley
Vice President and CIO
Saint Francis Hospital and Medical Center

Virtual desktop system for 3D CAD applications enables global data access for Nissan Motor Co., Ltd.

Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. has created a virtual desktop system for 3D computer-aided design (CAD) applications using Citrix XenDesktop, XenServer, and NVIDIA GRID® K2. This solution allows Nissan to centrally manage CAD/product development management (PDM) data in Japan, while CAD engineers in overseas locations experience the effects of the virtual desktop.