In full transparency, the following is a press release submitted to SOURCE media via its business wire service.
MARLBOROUGH – CloudWave, a Marlborough-based cloud and managed services software hosting provider in healthcare, announced the company has closed out 2021 with record success.
Notable milestones include strong growth in terms of its customers, internal team, and partnerships.
As the healthcare industry continues to rapidly adopt cloud services to provide the benefits of guaranteed uptime, easy access, and strong security, CloudWave continues to strengthen its leadership position. Through its multi-cloud approach, CloudWave helps hospitals architect, build, and integrate a personalized solution using managed private cloud, public cloud, and cloud edge resources. Its OpSus Cloud Services support more than 125 EHR, clinical, and enterprise applications.
The company added nearly 50 hospital environments to the OpSus Cloud in 2021 for fully-managed compute, storage, disaster recovery, archiving, backup, or security—bringing its total number of hospitals and healthcare organizations served to nearly 240. In addition to new customers, numerous existing customers renewed or expanded their relationship with CloudWave throughout 2021.
CloudWave has also made significant investments in expanding its world-class team of healthcare IT experts—scaling the organization to meet growing market demand—including the addition of Tim Quigley as chief client officer alongside a 25% growth in its engineering team and a nearly 20% growth in the cloud team. CloudWave was also selected by Modern Healthcare as one of the 2021 Best Places to Work in Healthcare.
“CloudWave customers are transforming their operations through the adoption of cloud, and we are in a great position to help them successfully do that based on our extensive industry experience,” said Erik Littlejohn, president and CEO, CloudWave. “One of the reasons customers choose CloudWave is brand reputation. Our relationships with customers have always been at the center of what we do, and we are going to continue investing in tools, programs, and resources to enhance the customer experience in 2022 and beyond.”
In 2021 CloudWave also announced a partnership with Vital Images, Inc., a Canon Group Company and the healthcare industry’s leader in enterprise imaging solutions. Together, CloudWave and Vital will deliver secure enterprise imaging as a cloud-based service, featuring options for fully hosted, multi-cloud, and local cloud edge deployments, with systems management, replication, disaster recovery and data protection solutions delivered from the OpSus Healthcare Cloud.
CloudWave is a cloud and managed services provider that delivers a multi-cloud approach, helping healthcare organizations with any electronic health record (EHR) service architect, build, and integrate a personalized solution using managed private cloud, public cloud, and cloud edge resources. As the largest, most experienced, and trusted independent software hosting provider in healthcare, CloudWave delivers enterprise cloud services to more than 200 hospitals and healthcare organizations, supporting 125+ EHR, clinical, and enterprise applications. With decades of experience in disaster recovery and backup, CloudWave can support a wide variety of healthcare IT initiatives that require scalability, reliability, and security.