Hot Tech Projects: Microsoft Upgrades Dominate IT Implementations

By CIOinsight  |  Posted 04-24-2012

Microsoft server and application upgrades dominate this roundup of IT Projects: The Inside Scoop. A Microsoft OCS server installation, a Sharepoint 2010 rollout, a transition to Office 365 cloud services are all among the recent efforts undertaken by the 15 Fortune-ranked and mid-market companies highlighted here. Information for this feature is provided exclusively to CIO Insight by the researchers at DiscoverOrg and covers technology deployments, software implementations, and IT department changes across Fortune-ranked and mid-market companies.

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IT Projects: The Inside Scoop (April 24, 2012)

Company

Location

Project/s

 

The Brock Group

Baton Rouge, LA

Implementing Microsoft OCS server products for expanded messaging capability. Jason Turpin, Manager IT Networking, is directing the implementation.

BP British Petroleum

Houston, TX

Updating all Trader Voice and NICE voice recording systems in select locations. Dean Smith, Senior Project Manager, Technical Infrastructure Delivery, is directing the project.

Elwyn

Elwyn, PA

Rolled out VoIP system to its main campus. Richard Smith, VP Information Technology, was involved in the project. Smith also worked on an implementation of Network Intrusion Detection System and redundant firewalls to replace legacy hardware.

Fluor Corporation

Irving, TX

Rolling out SharePoint 2010. Kent Wiedel, Director SAP Application Development, is overseeing the initiative.

HHGregg

Indianapolis, IN

Installing Cisco's NAC system for network security. Andre Pareehuff, Senior Network Analyst, is leading the project.

Molina Healthcare

Long Beach, CA

Implementing ClearCoverage for automated clinical prior authorization. Sanjay Bhat, Director Clinical Programs PMO, is heading the initiative.

Moody's Corp

New York, NY

Migrating application workflows to MS Windows Workflow Foundation 4.0. Ryan Wibawa, Assistant Director, Core Architecture Team, is involved in the project.

Novartis Pharmaceuticals

East Hanover, NJ

Rolled out a global iPad deployment to the enterprise sales force. Amy Landucci, then VP Global CRM Solution Delivery Group, oversaw the project.

OMB

Washington, DC

Announced a new mobile roadmap and a plan to reform federal websites, with a focus on reducing redundancy and increasing cost-effectiveness.

Pamida

Omaha, NE

Implemented BMC Service Desk Express software. Scot Manning, Manager, Infrastructure Architecture, oversaw the implementation.

Red Hat

Raleigh, NC

Re-implementing Oracle EBS R12. Samir Kothari, Director Information Technology, is leading the project.

RGIS

Auburn Hills, MI

Rolled out Windows 7, Office 2007 & 2010, and Outlook local caching across the enterprise.

Saga Communications

Grosse Pointe Farms, MI

Implemented Password Vault. Tracy Cleeton, Director, Infrastructure, led the project.

Sempra Energy

San Diego, CA

Completed the first phase of its Click Software implementation. The first phase involved getting the lines of business integrated into the Click Software application and building a training environment around the application. The Click Software application runs on 120 VMware virtual machines with the production environment running on HP Servers.

State of Minnesota

Saint Paul, MN

Moved to Microsoft Office 365 cloud services. CIO Carolyn Parnell oversaw the project.

WorkflowOne

Dayton, OH

Rolled out a PCI project focusing on the integration of all external applications for enterprise billing systems. Greg Hollis, Project Manager, oversaw the project.

Source: CIO Insight / DiscoverOrg, April 24, 2012

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