The National Stroke Foundation is a national not-for-profit organisation working across the stroke journey, supporting stroke survivors, carers, health professionals, governments, and the public to reduce the impact of stroke on the Australian community. With over 80 staff across Australia with offices in Hobart, Canberra, Melbourne, Perth, Sydney, and Brisbane, the not-for-profit was looking for a solution that could be rolled out nationally.
National Stroke Foundation was running on outdated IT infrastructure with servers nearing end-of-life and running on outdated operating systems causing them lost productivity and exposing them to security risks.
“It wasn’t just extremely frustrating for our staff, it was a serious business risk. As the software became more unreliable, we were facing increasing issues around data security,” said Carl Benjaminsen, Business Operations Manager for the National Stroke Foundation.
“We were looking for an IT provider who would work with us as we grew. This was a core requirement as the organisation had experienced significant growth over the last three years and more growth was anticipated,” said Mr Benjaminsen.