Case Study April 17, 2019

Case Study: Red Gold Tomatoes

For four generations, the Red Gold family has been working with local farm families to grow the highest-quality, best-tasting tomatoes in the world. Started in 1942 by a father and daughter coming to the aid of their country by supplying food for the troops, Red Gold is now the largest privately held tomato processor in the United States.

The Challenge
As Red Gold’s operations grew and IT became more complex, Red Gold business leaders knew they needed to take a different approach to managing their IT infrastructure. Red Gold is located in rural Indiana, about an hour north of Indianapolis. The area is known for its rich, fertile soil and long growing season. It’s not known for its internet connectivity. So migrating mission critical applications to the cloud wasn’t an option for the enterprise.

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