Chevron Phillips Chemical Company LP produces plastics and compounds used to manufacture more than 70 000 products. To meet this massive demand, the company employs more than 5 000 workers worldwide and jointly operates 33 manufacturing and research centers with business partners. Their workspace strategy puts the user at the center of IT delivery, ensuring that employees can access the tools and information they need across any device and in any environment. Chevron Phillips uses Citrix Workspace to deliver on this digital workspace vision.
McWane is one of the world’s largest manufacturers of iron waterworks and plumbing products. The Alabama-based company has a distributed, mobile workforce spread across manufacturing sites and other locations across North America. McWane’s workers leverage Citrix Workspace to access to apps and content in a host of different environments — from the shop floor to remote job sites — using myriad different devices, from laptops to smartphones to tablets.
Fairview Health Services is a network of hospitals and clinics throughout the State of Minnesota. By using Citrix XenApp and XenDesktop and Citrix XenMobile as their single sign-on delivery system and using Citrix networking solutions for load balancing to ensure reliable access to those services, the organization can securely deliver core clinical applications, desktops, and patient information when and where it’s needed. With a Citrix Workspace, clinicians have become more productive and improved patient care.
Vestas Wind Systems is the world’s leading wind turbine supplier. Vestas has a diverse group of employees, from workers sanding blades on the factory floor to engineers to contractors designing, installing, and maintaining wind turbines in all corners of the globe. Until recently, paper-laden processes and fixed infrastructure stymied collaboration and created extra work for these employees. With Citrix virtualization and mobility solutions, Vestas has created personalized digital workspaces that give workers access to the apps and data they need to be productive and foster collaboration with co-workers around the world.
Clint Newell Auto Group is a $60 million car dealership that sells Chevrolet, Buick, GMC, and Toyota cars and trucks to a market of more than 100 000 people in southwest Oregon. Tired of relying on piecemeal solutions, Clint Newell sought out the flexibility of a cloud strategy. By using Citrix Cloud services to deliver a Citrix Workspace, Clint Newell is now able to on-board and manage all its applications from a single control plane, while at the same time extending new capabilities to their mobile workforce so they can better serve customers on the lot and in the field.