ASL Milano 2 is a healthcare center in southeastern Milan that serves 57 municipalities and a population of about 630,000 citizens. The center provides its services through a network of 33 connected facilities. ASL Milano 2 upgraded its telephony system to meet government standards, generated cost savings and simplified system management at the same time.
ASL Milano 2 needed to update its telephony system to comply with new government regulations. It also wanted to centralize the management of its 27 telephone exchanges while reducing operating and maintenance costs. In addition, it was important for the health center to ensure better service continuity and implement a more efficient backup system.
— Claudio Valota, CIO, ASL MILANO 2
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