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Craig Haught

Telecommunication Manager

Olympic Medical Center

Direct Phone: (360) ***-****       

Olympic Medical Center

939 Caroline St.

Port Angeles, Washington 98362

United States

Company Description

Olympic Medical Center is committed to quality and excellence-receiving a perfect survey score by the Washington State Department of Health in both 2001 and 2003, earning a 100 percent score on its survey in 2002 by the Joint Commission on Accreditation o ... more

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For nearly two years, Olympic ...

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For nearly two years, Olympic Medical Center's Telecommunication Manager, Craig Haught, worked with Cerium to maintain multiple legacy, end-of-life Nortel PBX systems during the evaluation and discovery process of a new IP based phone system. The new IP phone system needed to provide coverage for the entire OMC network of sites, while the legacy systems needed to be maintained throughout the extended implementation phase. There were several factors influencing the ultimate decision to implement Avaya Aura for OMC:

First, Craig visited another Cerium customer site, to see how that customer was using their Avaya platform, and to understand how they deployed and managed their solution.
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It helped us understand how the system worked, and what to do going forward," said Craig.
He went on to explain that because the Cerium team had expertise in Nortel, Avaya and other relevant solutions, the recommendations from Cerium were considerate of the most beneficial and strategic objectives and options for OMC.


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I definitely recommend phasing the implementation.â€� â€" Chris Everett Olympic Medical Center (OMC) For nearly two years, Olympic Medical Center’s Telecommunication Manager, Craig Haught, worked with Cerium to maintain multiple legacy, end-of-life Nortel PBX systems during the evaluation and discovery process of a new IP based phone system.

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There were several factors influencing the ultimate decision to implement Avaya Aura for OMC: First, Craig visited another Cerium customer site, to see how that customer was using their Avaya platform, and to understand how they deployed and managed their solution. Second, OMC was able to reuse much of their existing Nortel licensing for a tremendous cost savings over other options. Third, OMC was able to convert their Nortel 1100 IP phones to SIP phones simply by loading a new firmware for those phones. Finally, the new Avaya IP phones have secondary pass-through / network ports, saving OMC thousands of dollars in what would otherwise have been a requirement for a dozen switches. “We did a lot of planning with Cerium... There was a lot of discovery [in the process]. What helped the most was for Cerium to come in and peel apart the layers of our legacy Nortel platform. It helped us understand how the system worked, and what to do going forward,� said Craig. He went on to explain that because the Cerium team had expertise in Nortel, Avaya and other relevant solutions, the recommendations from Cerium were considerate of the most beneficial and strategic objectives and options for OMC. Roy Robinson Chevrolet-Subaru & RV Center But migrations are not for enterprise organizations only. In Marysville, WA, automotive dealership Roy Robinson Chevrolet-Subaru & RV Center was researching new phone systems as their legacy Toshiba system was failing.

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