In 2010, Hacienda HealthCare began a 2-year project to convert their medical record processing from a paper-based analog system to an electronic health record (EHR) system. It wasn’t just a matter of buying and installing the EHR software, but of buying and installing enough computers throughout the facility to adequately replace the effectiveness of the old paper system. It would also have to be accessible anywhere, by anyone with the proper clearance, from nurses to administrators to doctors. These new computers would have to be flexible and relatively unobtrusive, because they’d have to fit in places like nursing stations, patient rooms, administrative area, exam rooms, and even operating rooms. Because Hacienda had to place so many new computers in relatively small areas, they knew that traditional desktops — even ones with a small footprint — wouldn’t be right for the massive project. Hacienda HealthCare also didn’t have medical carts or other workstation solutions for the computers they would soon be installing. They’d need a vendor who had both.