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CompuCom

IT solutions for today's digital workspace
United States
1987
Private
$1-10b
10,001 - 50,000
CompuCom Systems, Inc. provides information technology (IT) managed services, infrastructure solutions, consulting, and products to Fortune 1000 companies. It offers asset life cycle management solutions; public, private, and hybrid cloud services; data center and storage optimization solutions; desktop and application management, such as patch management, platform support and triage, application rationalization, application portfolio management, application ownership, application packaging, and unified collaboration; digital engagement solutions, which include portals; and digital workspace solutions, including desktop virtualization solutions, enterprise file sync and share solutions, and end-user backup and recovery solutions. The company also provides enterprise mobility solutions; IT staffing services, such as contract consulting and direct placement services; network solutions; persona service management; security solutions; service desk solutions, which include hybrid and procurement support services; walk-up services, which include design, implementation, and management of walk-up service centers; and workplace solutions, such as IT support, technical support, managed print, and retail operations services. In addition, it sells third-party products, as well as provides related support services. It serves energy and natural resources, financial services, healthcare and life sciences, and retail industries worldwide.
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CompuCom helps you enhance the safety of your workplace, improve end-user experience, and derive real value by digitizing and then automating in real time how an environment responds to a user’s needs. Analyzing new concise data produced by digitizing supports accurate decisions with predictable outcomes. CompuCom IoT solutions are results-driven and have been implemented within Stores/Branches of the Future, Safe Schools, Smart Hospitals, and Efficient Cities.
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Fortune 1000 energy, retail, and healthcare companies
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Hardware
Software
Software that ingests data and visualises it to generate insights to answer specific questions
Platforms that facilitate and allow application developments for specific use cases and/or client requirements.
Services
Bringing together software, hardware, middleware, and infrastructure components to build an end-to-end solution based on specific client requirements.
Number of Case Studies2
Implementing a Healthier IT Infrastructure to Better Support Patient Care
Implementing a Healthier IT Infrastructure to Better Support Patient Care
UHN depends on information and communications systems to support patient care, teaching and research. The organization needed to expand its IT outsourcing approach to better enable internal IT resources to focus on higher demand and more strategic areas. UHN was seeking a service provider that was collaborative, flexible, and innovative. After months of evaluations, site visits and team interviews, UHN selected CompuCom as its strategic IT partner in 2010. CompuCom’s proven track record as a leader in end-user outsourcing, combined with its reputation for service delivery excellence and deep experience serving the healthcare industry, were key differentiators.
In-Store Technology Support Helps Grocer Create Superior Shopping Experiences
In-Store Technology Support Helps Grocer Create Superior Shopping Experiences
Southeastern Grocers has a strong commitment to providing the best possible quality and value to their customers. In order to focus on their customers and the quality service they strive to provide, they needed to streamline their IT service delivery strategy. Their current IT model had multiple Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) supporting their IT environment. They made the decision to consolidate to one service provider and selected CompuCom to support their IT vision.
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