SAN FRANCISCO — McKesson on Thursday announced that it ranked No. 8 on this year’s InformationWeek Elite 100.
McKesson was recognized for its development of McKesson OneCloud, an internally developed private and public cloud capability used in the development of internal and customer-facing solutions. OneCloud enables McKesson technologists to meet the demands for secure, regulated exchange of healthcare information, while providing the organization with low-cost agile development environments. Taking advantage of economies of scale with OneCloud, the organization can more easily leverage newer technologies to drive business growth, lower costs and reduce development time to more quickly bring solutions to market.
“McKesson is honored to be recognized as one of today’s top technology innovators,” stated Randy Spratt, chief information officer and chief technology officer, McKesson. “As a leader in healthcare, McKesson is committed to evolving our business through the innovative use of technology to shape the future of healthcare and to help our customers and their patients achieve better health.”
OneCloud is a self-service business model serving as the platform for the next generation of McKesson’s products and services. With OneCloud, McKesson business and technology workers can provision new cloud servers or business applications in just minutes. The project speeds up the delivery of business and technology apps used by McKesson’s business units, who in turn serve the company’s external customers, without compromising on security or technology standards.