Stuzo partnered with Verizon to evaluate the architecture of Fresenius’ Reciprocity and Unity IoT platform and provide strategic recommendations to harden the platforms for scale
Fresenius’ needed a partner with IoT expertise to evaluate the architecture of their Reciprocity, ThingWorx, and Unity platforms and the architecture and technologies to integrate all of the systems, and ensure the proposed product architecture would align with the needs of the marketing and operations organization stakeholders within Fresenius.
Stuzo and Verizon’s first task was to visit Fresenius’ offices in Boston for a multi-day deep immersion into the medical devices, technologies, and systems that represented the entirety of the architectural components that span across the customer experience, patient experience, and practitioner experience. Together, Stuzo, Verizon, and Fresenius conducted a deep analysis of the current state of Fresenius’:
Stuzo and Verizon invented a matrix to analyze product components, integrations, data models, and enterprise services against a set of IoT business requirements. The architectural evaluation included:
Stuzo and Verizon produced a high level diagram of the Fresenius IoT connected health
platform (shown here with confidential information redacted) to inform stakeholders on the current state of
each discrete component (meeting requirements, may not meet requirements going forward, not meeting
requirements, not currently defined but should be considered).
Further, Stuzo and Verizon:
Stuzo proved to be a valuable partner to Fresenius and Verizon. Their technical expertise in IoT and ability to understand the complex business workflows within Fresenius’ care solutions helped produce a thorough technical and architectural evaluation and sound technology strategy.
IOT SOLUTION, MANAGING PARTNER - HEALTHCARE