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Migration from Legacy Tech to Fuel Business Productivity and Customer Experience - Avenga Industrial IoT Case Study
Migration from Legacy Tech to Fuel Business Productivity and Customer Experience
They needed an experienced and committed technology partner to support them with the migration and modernization of their dated solutions in order to enable new products, services, revenue streams and scalability to deliver more value to their customers. Their solutions critically lacked scalability and proper performance leading to poor business productivity and user experiences.Among the technical challenges, the client faced the need to modernize their:legacy IT landscape that was composed of classic network drives and a Lotus Note-based email.complex multi-farm scenario, including SharePoint Online and on-premise
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How Standard Industries Unified Operations - Maven Wave Industrial IoT Case Study
How Standard Industries Unified Operations
Standard Industries found collaborating and streamlining communications to be a difficult task. The simple exercise of scheduling a senior leadership meeting required several executive assistants to get on the phone together to determine availability. Additionally, they had over 28 active directory environments as well as four different mail and collaboration platforms company-wide. They needed a single collaboration tool that would be able to help them achieve unification for all of their locations across four continents.
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ProRail Uses Low-Code Automation to Deliver Reliable Transportation - Mendix Industrial IoT Case Study
ProRail Uses Low-Code Automation to Deliver Reliable Transportation
ProRail’s core systems operation is sophisticated and of extremely high importance to the Netherlands, requiring a substantial amount of IT oversight. At the same time, the business at ProRail was constantly generating new ideas to create efficiencies in their processes, first asking IT for help solving these problems, and sometimes turning to third-party solutions. This situation was difficult – growing ProRail’s backlog and creating a proliferation of Shadow IT.“The IT department had to have more influence on business processes,” said van der Linde, “we needed to use our tech-first perspective to prescribe the right solution to the problem the business was hoping to solve.” ProRail needed a new way of developing applications, enabling Johan’s team, and IT as a whole, to build applications that were fast-to-market, first-time-right, and highly reliable in the office automation domain.
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Dell Transforms its PRISM Inventory System with SingleStore - MemSQL Industrial IoT Case Study
Dell Transforms its PRISM Inventory System with SingleStore
Enterprise procurement and third-party logistics systems have many moving parts, and data disconnects can lead to inefficiencies and wasted resources. Dell’s existing inventory and enterprise resource planning (ERP) system, Glovia, provided batch data updates, with reports available every 30 minutes, and was not integrated with Dell’s supply chain systems. These factors led to data disconnects and did not support the needs of a fast-paced global enterprise.Glovia reporting queries were taking too much compute power, and its storage needs were exploding. Since the minimum required holding period for audits is seven years, Dell already has to store substantial amounts of historical data in its Teradata enterprise data warehouse, and regional regulations in some parts of the world — e.g., minimum hold time requirements of up to 30 years of data in China — make it even more challenging.Dell needed to streamline its data footprint and optimize its inventory processes by modernizing PRISM and moving from batch data updates to real-time streaming reports. The team wanted to move from its legacy application to a modern technology stack within a year by creating a real-time inventory application with the speed and scale to meet the needs of the business.
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Global Automotive Component Manufacturer Uses PMA - Keysight Industrial IoT Case Study
Global Automotive Component Manufacturer Uses PMA
The global automotive component manufacturer had set up a real-time monitoring display above each tester to monitor its performance. Furthermore, they had their own in-house analytical tool to do data analytics.A production yield of <90% FPY brought to their immediate attention that there is an equipment issue somewhere within the production line. They busied themselves with aggregating all the data sets from each of the functional tester systems to try to figure out what was causing the low production yield. In total, they spent approximately 6 months trying to root the cause of the issue, which turned out to be one of the fixtures for the product used by the functional test systems. Much of their time went into manual data aggregation and transformation. In the process of troubleshooting the issue, the production managers needed to shut down the production line to work on the problem. After much work, monitoring, and what seemed like a reasonable corrective action, they decided to perform monthly maintenance to all the fixtures on the Functional Tester lines to rectify the FPY loss.
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A Global Electronic Instrument Manufacturer Quickly Frees Up Millions - LeanDNA Industrial IoT Case Study
A Global Electronic Instrument Manufacturer Quickly Frees Up Millions
The global manufacturer’s demand varies from item to item. This variance impacted forecasting and added complexity to their inventory purchasing process, ultimately affecting supply to the manufacturing floor and putting factories at risk of production-halting critical shortages. It was crucial for them to manage the variance.However, the management of this complexity was challenged by an unwieldy ERP system and a lack of total visibility into operations. While establishing optimal order policies for inventory management was certainly possible in the ERP, the task required manual ABC analyses: downloading spreadsheets, manipulating data, and changing every item manually—a cumbersome process that, prior to LeanDNA, took three to six months. The team viewed these analyses at a quarterly cadence, arguably too infrequently to react to market demand. Additionally, metrics around action items, time management, usage, and average demand were not available to the team in their ERP system.
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HSBC Goes Conversational with Intelligent Automation - LivePerson Industrial IoT Case Study
HSBC Goes Conversational with Intelligent Automation
With the move to Conversational Banking, HSBC has created an exciting new career path for some of its 19,000+ customer service agents. The new roles it has introduced to date include Conversation Designer and Chatbot Manager in both onshore and offshore contact center teams.Warren Buckley, Global Head of Channel Optimisation and Contact Centres at HSBC, launched LivePerson’s intuitive intelligent automation solution, Conversation Builder, in April 2019. That move immediately allowed his best agents to create bots that are fuelled by the agents’ own conversational understanding and expertise.When operating at the scale of HSBC, automation can lighten the pressure put on agents by eliminating repetitive simple tasks.
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Wiscon Products - MachineMetrics Industrial IoT Case Study
Wiscon Products
“One of our primary goals was data accuracy. Before the implementation, we could look at data, but it was anywhere from a few days to a week old. We were looking for something to provide real-time data, so we could accurately know where our production and utilization were. We also wanted to find out the leading reasons for our downtime. One of the biggest things was equipment utilization versus parts goals. How often were our spindles spinning versus how many parts we were actually producing? This is incredibly valuable to us in understanding cycle time.” -Torben Christensen, President/CEO of Wiscon Products
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Elevator Engineering Services - Masternaut Industrial IoT Case Study
Elevator Engineering Services
EES UK Ltd is a Northampton-based support provider working UK-wide with a team of mobile workers in the Midlands, London, and South of England. With a mobile team based across the country, fleet managers and the HR team rarely saw the drivers in the office, so wanted a system that could effectively monitor their welfare, and also ensure that payroll, hours, and timesheets were submitted correctly. The company also wanted to better understand and improve driver behavior to create a safer working environment for staff and other road users.
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Sharktech Brings its Unique Service Focus to Cloud - jelastic Industrial IoT Case Study
Sharktech Brings its Unique Service Focus to Cloud
Moving to cloud… when the platform was rightWith its dedicated servers, colocation, IP transit, and DDoS services, Sharktech had established a reputation as a reliable, affordable hosting services provider with close-touch support.Sharktech customers tend to be small and medium-sized businesses, and the company has many VPN and game service provider clients across the U.S., Europe, and China. In 2019, Sharktech made the decision to expand with its own cloud services. Cloud has obviously been around for much longer, so why did the company wait so long?
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Innovation via Integration for a Smart Security Solutions Giant - Kellton Tech Solutions Industrial IoT Case Study
Innovation via Integration for a Smart Security Solutions Giant
Increased infrastructure running costs due to individual Pods. Lesser automation for UI and test-cases deployment; Inability to extend and decentralize access control among individuals.Key ChallengesDependency on individual Pods created bottlenecks for performing large-scale operations. Challenges swelled as the client had to check every separate Pod to detect error and failure, making monitoring difficult.Lesser test automation hindered continuous testing and continuous delivery, and therefore, marred operational efficiency. The lack of automated UI resulted in manual testing while verifying data and action flows, mounting the operational time and effort.The non-extendibility of the mobile-app features restrained the IoT-based security solutions offered earlier. The limitation prevented users from sharing their access control with individuals and thwarted user experiences.
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MERLIN Increases OEE 11% In Just Three Months - MEMEX Industrial IoT Case Study
MERLIN Increases OEE 11% In Just Three Months
Striving to reduce cost and out-perform client expectations by embracing new technologies, Acatec chooses to overhaul its complete process from the purchase of raw material to the final delivery of the product.Following the prevalent trend in the European manufacturing sector, Acatec had historically left all macro engineering and IT/Technology projects to outside professional service companies. This practice resulted in Acatec having insufficient in-house engineering and technology personnel to drive the productivity improvement initiatives.Technical SituationTo improve productivity throughout its operations, Acatec decided to implement time-saving, resource-light systems. These systems were aimed at assisting forward planning of work, gauging capacities, and managing demanding delivery schedules. The initiative included the implementation of management systems for warehouses and computerized control productions.Acatec spent considerable time researching local technology companies, which could effectively provide automated data collection products. The company soon recognized that the first step toward increased productivity improvements and efficiency is measuring the actual events.
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Texas Manufacturer Realizes 50% Reduction in Inventory Levels - MISys Manufacturing Industrial IoT Case Study
Texas Manufacturer Realizes 50% Reduction in Inventory Levels
What was wrong? Howard Huffman, General Manager, answered, “everything connected to inventory”. There was no inventory management system in place at the company. The values and quantities of inventory were not remotely accurate, no item numbers existed, purchasing used multiple spreadsheets to determine if there was enough inventory on hand for the production schedule, inventory costs were not accurate and not up to date, and unable to price jobs accurately because of lack of true costing of the inventory.  Sage 50 did not have the functionality needed. The cost of processing Purchase Orders (departmental expense allocated to purchasing activities/number of POs issued) was really high.
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Global Chemical Supplier Enables Deeper Insights and Business Growth - Navisite Industrial IoT Case Study
Global Chemical Supplier Enables Deeper Insights and Business Growth
As Hallstar started experiencing rapid growth and business evolution, its 18-year-old ERP system could no longer keep up with its expansion.The company faced currency issues around conversion and consolidation, processing issues due to everything taking place outside the system, and a complete lack of mobile functionality. Hallstar also needed the ability to tap into advanced analytics and web-based services, integrate with third-party packages, and ultimately remove siloes from its workflows. By July 2017, Hallstar took a critical first step toward resolving those problems: it turned to Navisite to modernize its legacy ERP software by implementing SAP S/4HANA. With this deployment, Hallstar gained a global footprint of S/4HANA to drive its business—including core processes like finances, materials management, production, sales and distribution, logistics execution, and quality management.
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Graph Technology Powers Cybersecurity Situational Awareness - Neo4j Industrial IoT Case Study
Graph Technology Powers Cybersecurity Situational Awareness
Network environments constantly change, impacting the security posture of U.S. government agencies. Intrusion alerts, anti-virus warnings and even outwardly benign events like logins, service connections, and file share access are all potentially associated with adversary activity.Cybersecurity researchers at MITRE needed to go beyond rudimentary assessments of security posture and attack response. Doing so required merging isolated data into higher-level knowledge of network-wide attack vulnerabilities and mission readiness.This involved not only looking at the incidents themselves but also at the relationships between them.Noel and his team also struggled with fully comprehending a given security environment and mapping all known vulnerabilities. Specifically, these goals demanded a flexible architecture that accommodated advanced analytics, ad hoc queries and graph visualization, all of which they then lacked.To overcome these challenges, the MITRE team started by constructing a preliminary graph model tool called Cauldron. However, Cauldron wasn’t built on a database. So, as connected data queries became increasingly extensive, Cauldron wasn’t performant, and the MITRE team didn’t have time to code every possible query.
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Mindtree Helps Global IT Solutions Provider Transform and Grow - Mindtree Industrial IoT Case Study
Mindtree Helps Global IT Solutions Provider Transform and Grow
The client had strategic aspirations to move towards a managed service provider model from a traditional value-added reseller model (hereon mentioned as VAR). This required digital transformation across their customers, vendors, and internal employees’ touchpoints, with streamlined internal supply chain processes and enhanced customer experienceAsking the right question – “Where's my stuff?”In 2018, the management embarked on a mission to overhaul the customer experience because they believed this was key to driving growth in the IT services and solutions industry. They began by asking themselves the question, "How do I improve customer experience?" However, given that it was more important to put the customer at the center and ask what he/she wanted, the leadership realized that effective, accurate, and timely tracking of shipments was the biggest customer pain point.
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Case Study Production Grows 300% - Nintex Industrial IoT Case Study
Case Study Production Grows 300%
Strategic Growth produces case studies as a sales tool for itself and for Salesforce. But the process was slow and unreliable and didn’t always comply with the Salesforce template.
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Vision-guided Robots Simplify Component Production and Inspection - COGNEX Industrial IoT Case Study
Vision-guided Robots Simplify Component Production and Inspection
Executing the pick and place processes for simultaneous delivery and quality control of raw materials and finished components on the production line.
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Collaborative Data-driven Business Models - Fraunhofer IOSB Industrial IoT Case Study
Collaborative Data-driven Business Models
In the real world, installed machines come from different machine suppliers that are equipped with different products from different component suppliers. Challenge for manufacturer X (component supplier) to access the data of his delivered product X.Current barriers to implementing collaborative business models:Lack of trustLack of corporationLack of scalabilityLack of business modelLack of framework for digital intrapreneurship and entrepreneurship
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Giving pediatric patients a lot of extra TLC - Axis Communications Industrial IoT Case Study
Giving pediatric patients a lot of extra TLC
The hospital wanted to install video cameras in each room so that paramedics remotely monitoring patient vitals could also visually see if the child was in distress and call for immediate medical attention.
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UBS Arena Belmont Park, New York - Belden Industrial IoT Case Study
UBS Arena Belmont Park, New York
UBS Arena needed cabling and connectivity solutions that would support sophisticated sound systems, a 5G network, a distributed antenna system (DAS), New York’s largest scoreboard and two levels of high-resolution LED ribbon boards.The venue’s network infrastructure needed to support these types of connected technologies as well.The wireless network would need to support the seamless connection of tens of thousands of devices in the venue’s completely cashless environment. 
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API Integration for Digital Transformation of a Freight Management Company - Belitsoft Industrial IoT Case Study
API Integration for Digital Transformation of a Freight Management Company
When the Client came to Belitsoft in 2018, their company used a legacy ERP in a combination with .xls files and multiple tabs opened in a browser for accessing third-party apps. The process was time-consuming, implied lots of manual repetitive work, and was exposed to a high risk of human errors.
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A network youcan bank on - AT&T Industrial IoT Case Study
A network youcan bank on
Wintrust IT officials wanted to enhance their data and voice networks. They reached out to top-tier providers for proposals that would help them build a best-in-class IT organization and an ecosystem of strategic suppliers to support the bank’s operations today and pave the way for continuing expansion.The organization needed a more effective, stable network to support continuing growth.
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Plugue Telecom and Cambium: Turning over a new leaf for Wi-Fi - Cambium Networks Industrial IoT Case Study
Plugue Telecom and Cambium: Turning over a new leaf for Wi-Fi
The municipality’s many houses and small businesses couldn’t easily be covered by Wi-Fi through the dense foliage. Plugue needed to find a solution that could guarantee reliable, high capacity band delivery regardless of line of sight (LOS).
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CK Technologies - QAD Industrial IoT Case Study
CK Technologies
QAD
CK Technologies is committed to continuous improvement in all of its business practices. This can prove a challenge in the face of the everyday processes of their low volume, high variability business.They are also one of the first companies in the industry to supply parts in body color for each customer, approximately 1,400 colors a year, which have to be perfectly sequenced for shipment. 
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Eastridge Workforce Solutions - Precisely Industrial IoT Case Study
Eastridge Workforce Solutions
Eastridge Workforce Solutions delivers workforce management services and technologies to more than 1,300 clients across North America. Its time and attendance system alone processes transactions from thousands of people 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. As clients’ employee's check-in and out through the system, it verifies who is allowed to be there and who should be there. It also records employees’ time to generate accurate payrolls.n the words of Brad Taylor, CIO of Eastridge, “It would be catastrophic if the system were unavailable for even just a few minutes.” Clearly, Eastridge needs a high availability/disaster recovery (HA/DR) solution that guarantees that its time and attendance system—and the data associated with it—will always be available, no matter what may occur. The company cannot afford to pause for disasters or for the normal scheduled maintenance that all systems must undergo from time to time.Yet HA/DR is not a core competency or competitive differentiator for Eastridge. Powerful, innovative workforce solutions are. Thus, the company needs a way to utilize the foremost HA/DR skills and experience, without distracting its IT group from its work in advancing the company’s business objectives.
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Leading Project Logistics Solution Provider Trusts Ramco - Ramco Systems Industrial IoT Case Study
Leading Project Logistics Solution Provider Trusts Ramco
The organization wanted to remove all the roadblocks that lay on its path of becoming the leading integrated logistics solutions provider. They wanted a solution to:Manage complex Over Dimensional Cargo (ODC) operationsConsolidate all their divisions, functions, service offerings, and capabilities to achieve a high standardization and interoperability levelChoose a solution partner who could accommodate and support the company’s expansion into other logistics segmentsThe logistics services provider was also looking for a solution that would support their goal of bringing innovation to the logistics industry which will help in delivering cost-effective and modern technology-driven solutions.
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Enables an Expanding and Cohesive Multi-Cloud Security and Compliance Strategy - Rapid7 Industrial IoT Case Study
Enables an Expanding and Cohesive Multi-Cloud Security and Compliance Strategy
Qlik, like many other enterprises, is expanding its cloud footprint and knew it would benefit from a cohesive, enterprise-level cloud security strategy. Because many parts of the organization, including the Research and Development (R&D) and Security teams, were already using the cloud, they understood that they needed to implement holistic guidance to ensure that the company's cloud resources and data therein were adequately protected.Knowing that they needed to maintain consistent control of their cloud environments, Qlik brought on board a Cloud Architect to expand their Cloud team. Their initial goal was to ensure the security of their existing cloud environments, which consisted mostly of AWS accounts. As Qlik continues its growth as a software and services (SaaS) technology provider, which has driven expanded use of cloud providers like Azure and Google Cloud Platform, the Cloud team has also been looking to rapidly expand its cloud security best practices into these new environments.As one of many companies in today's highly competitive analytics and business intelligence industry, Qlik's goal was to enable their employees across the relevant business units to do as much as they could through self-service access to the cloud, as safely as possible. Specifically, they wanted their R&D team to innovate and their Sales team to sell, all while remaining secure, minimizing risk, and maximizing efficiency.
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Siemens Builds an Efficient, Revenue-Generating Software Business - Revenera Industrial IoT Case Study
Siemens Builds an Efficient, Revenue-Generating Software Business
Today’s buildings are comprised of sophisticated systems to control everything from heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) to security and fire protection. And just as every building is different, so are the systems (hardware, controls, and software) that orchestrate these functions. This led Siemens Building Technologies to search for standardized licensing technology which would enable them to monetize all software and improve the licensing and order process as well as the customer experience.
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ARD Logistics Drives WISE Automotive Sequencing, WISE WMS, & ERP Software - Royal 4 Systems Industrial IoT Case Study
ARD Logistics Drives WISE Automotive Sequencing, WISE WMS, & ERP Software
ARD had a requirement to deliver parts to a Major Luxury Auto manufacturer. This had to be done Just-In-Time (JIT) and Just-in-Sequence (JIS) with Very Narrow Aisle Storage (VNA) and utilizing an Automated Storage Retrieval System (ASRS).ARD needed a fully integrated warehouse management system that could meet all these specific requirements and optimize the loading of Specialized Delivery/Transportation by our fleet of box trucks.
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