In 1994, three brothers joined resources to fulfill a common vision: to
create the most efficient, integrated operating structure for the
production of hogs. To make their vision a reality, they formed HyLife,
which has grown to become a global business employing over 2,000
employees in six different countries.
HyLife’s commitment to service, integrity, and sustainability has set
the company apart as Canada’s leading pork producer and global exporter
of high-quality pork products, and their priority to take care of their
employees, customers, and communities has earned them the distinction of
Platinum Member in Canada’s 50 Best Managed Companies. Next week, HyLife
will discuss how it has managed its growth using solutions from Citrix
Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ:CTXS) to deliver a unified digital work
experience that helps keep their team productive and engaged. The
company will participate in a Fireside Chat at Citrix
Synergy, the premier digital work conference set to take place at
the Georgia World Congress May 21-23.
“We’re a 24×7 operation, and our organization relies on technology and
systems to be up at all times,” said Oscar Reimer, Technology
Development & Projects Manager at HyLife. “We also have an ownership
team that will ask for anything at any time, which requires us to be
extremely agile. Citrix has allowed us to design and maintain systems
that give us high performance, scalability, and resiliency that our
Using a range of Citrix solutions, HyLife has centralized its IT
infrastructure and virtualized apps to deliver a reliable, high-quality
experience for its employees that is delivering results.
Virtual Apps and Desktops, HyLife is able to:
Provide access to all of the apps and content employees need to work
anytime across any device.
Centrally manage all apps and desktops in one location to simplify
rolling out updates, patches, and new applications.
Reimer adds that this is critical in delivering a consistent experience
to all users, regardless of where they are working. “We have many sites
in very rural areas with limited Internet service so access to fast,
quality links is a challenge,” he said.
SD-WAN, HyLife can overcome these challenges, leveraging technology
that allows them to:
Deliver an always-on experience that prioritizes business-critical
- Optimize last-mile connectivity by aggregating multiple ISP links
Mitigate network disruption through seamless failover that occurs in
“With the implementation of Citrix SD-WAN in our datacenters, network
outages have become a thing of the past, and we’ve seen dramatic
improvements in the performance of our core applications,” Reimer notes.
HyLife joins more than 400,000 organizations around the world who use
Citrix solutions to power a simple, intelligent and reliable way to work
that engages employees and improves business productivity. To hear more
from Reimer and other leading executives about the results they are
delivering, be sure to attend Citrix Synergy. Registration is open
today. Click here
to reserve your place.
HyLife is Canada’s leading pork producer and global exporter of
high-quality pork products with over 2,000 employees in Canada, China,
Mexico, Japan, and the United States. The company is recognized as one
of the leading producers of premium quality food products for the global
marketplace and is one of Canada’s 50 Best Managed Companies – Platinum
Member. To learn more about HyLife visit www.hylife.com
Citrix (NASDAQ:CTXS) is powering a better way to work with unified
workspace, networking, and analytics solutions that help organizations
unlock innovation, engage customers, and boost productivity, without
sacrificing security. With Citrix, users get a seamless work experience
and IT has a unified platform to secure, manage, and monitor diverse
technologies in complex cloud environments. Citrix solutions are in use
by more than 400,000 organizations including 99 percent of the Fortune
100 and 98 percent of the Fortune 500.
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