Kelway Uses Citrix Technology to Transform the Workplace for Action for Children


LAS VEGAS – January 13, 2016 – Action for Children, a nonprofit that works in local communities across the UK to make children’s lives better, partnered with IT services and solutions provider Kelway, to use Citrix technology to empower its 6,000 staff based in over 400 sites across the UK to securely access apps and data from any device. This change has dramatically altered the average workday for thousands of employees, particularly the charity’s field staff of social and care workers, who will no longer have to return to the office from a family’s home or care center just to connect to the company’s network each day.  In addition, with security being a vital component of dealing with information relating to children, Citrix has enabled a highly-secure mobile solution. In recognition of the success of the work they’ve done with Action for Children, Citrix has named Kelway as the company’s third annual Innovation Award for Partners winner. This award recognizes visionary partners who are using Citrix technology to securely deliver apps and data while achieving business and organizational success, market share growth and competitive momentum that goes beyond the industry norm.

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