Success Stories: IT Infrastructure

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The IT staff at Lenox Hill Hospital maintained 2000 devices operating on several networks comprised of a variety of machines ranging from high-end desktops to network terminals. With a limited IT staff, they needed a more efficient and cost-effective way to manage their network.

CTB designed the architecture and infrastructure that led to the installation of a Citrix Metaframe server that achieved the following:
obtained a low total cost of ownership for its networked PCs
defined an economical way of managing software distribution and upgrades
reduced the servicing of hardware devices
decreased the frequency and cost of having to replace and upgrade hardware

When Amerada Hess decided to convert their Novell network operations to an integrated NT operation they turned to CTB Consulting to provide technical guidance. Hess uses CTB Consulting to "jump start" new technologies that they wish to implement.

Thompson Corporation sold their Newspaper Division (60+ daily/weekly newspapers) to 11 different buyers. CTB Consulting disengaged the integrated infrastructure and systems so that each divested until could continue operations with operational systems.

At  MetLife, CTB Consulting designed and implemented a financial  systems infrastructure using Citrix Thin Client-Server. This system was used for the corporate budget, consolidation, and reporting applications used by management at all the MetLife divisions. It is also being used as a platform for the implementation of a new Global General Ledger system.

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When Dun & Bradstreet split into three operating companies (D&B Financial, Cognizant, and ACNielsen) they used CTB Consulting help them split the IT Infrastructure and systems so that all three operating groups could continue operations as separate entities.

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