Junior Achievement of Delaware Valley, a not-for-profit organization, is getting cloud services from Evolve IP (News - Alert) to run its Junior Achievement programs efficiently.
These achievement programs are designed to help young people to build self-confidence, develop skills to achieve economic success in their lives.
With deployment of Evolve IP's technology, the Junior Achievement staff will be able to work remotely. It also helps staffs to stay connected with each other so that they can better reach and serve students in the mid-Atlantic region.
Junior Achievement is using Evolve IP for cloud services, like unified communications, virtual desktop infrastructure and virtual servers.
Paul Kappel, president of Junior Achievement of Delaware Valley, said in a statement," Now we can focus even more of our efforts on our youth programs instead of IT maintenance. Evolve IP's virtual desktop solution is truly amazing. We're experiencing real productivity gains and have turned into a mobile unit. I never knew we could do so much on an iPad without making costly system upgrades."
vServer, Evolve IP's private cloud service, will help Junior Achievement to reduce on-site management, maintenance and capital expense. Evolve IP's unified communications/ hosted IP phone system will improve productivity and reliability in Junior Achievement.
In addition, Junior Achievement staff can use Evolve IP's Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) on their iPads and tablets to get high-performing remote access to the organization's data and applications.
"Evolve IP is a great supporter of Junior Achievement and we contribute to the organization financially as well as by investing our volunteer time with students," says Guy Fardone, COO and general manager at Evolve IP. "It's rewarding to be able to provide Junior Achievement with productive technologies that allow it to focus on what is most important to the organization, and that is driving work readiness, entrepreneurship, and financially literacy in our schools."
Edited by Rachel Ramsey