We all know the challenges currently faced by the important healthcare workers with the ongoing health pandemic. Critical applications at hospitals, healthcare facilities, and emergency response organisations are becoming more important than ever with the increasing demands.
Accedian today has a track record of supporting over 70 hospitals in Europe in helping them maintain a seamless IT environment for their critical applications and identifying root cause for any degradations or performance problems, allowing them to focus on what is most important—patient care.
In a full spirit of solidarity and collective effort, we’re proud to propose that Accedian and Key-performance will assist troubleshooting and diagnostic for performance issues as a matter of urgency for any hospital or medical agency in the following way:
- Accedian is offering to any hospital, medical facility, or emergency response organisation, a Skylight network and application performance monitoring license, at no cost, for 90 days* (or longer, depending on local health authorities’ current state of emergency)
- This Accedian license will be set up to match the hospital, medical facility, or emergency response organization performance management requirements
- Key-performance, a certified Accedian channel partner, will offer a first level of remote assistance (configuration, diagnostic and problem-solving assistance) with the help of Accedian experts
Accedian has taken pride in our ambition to deliver the most accurate, lightweight and cost-effective network and application performance monitoring solution on the market. This is the time to step up, together with Key-performance and support business continuity to the heroes in healthcare during this challenging period.
Click below to get started and we will contact you to jump start Skylight at your organisation.
In order to take advantage of this offer and assistance, please submit your interest by April 30th, 2020. Free use of Skylight will expire no later than July 31st, 2020.
*Length of license may be extended depending on local health authorities’ state of emergency at time of expiry (July 31st, 2020)