The solution is based around Thin Client architecture and uses services like Microsoft RDS as its core and hops onto these terminal connections managing each session to provide a better experience for these custom apps.
It is an all in one PXE, DHCP and imaging solution. The thin clients boot from an image over a network and do not require a hard disk because everything is loaded in memory. You can then push terminal sessions to thin clients or to Windows machines running WinTMC (which is an application provided by ACP) that connect to the Thin Manager server and download their RDS configuration and then connect into the RDS infrastructure.
I have deployed this to a company so that they have a central approach to desktops out in the manufacturing plants. This also means if a thin client fails, they just replace it with a new one.