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Teradata Case Study
Teradata Case Study
Data is crucial to business performance today. It's often the key to unlock customer behavior, business drivers, and market trends. In an intensely competitive market, Teradata provides data warehouse and analytics solutions to 19 of the world's top 20 telecommunications companies, all six of the world's top airlines, and 18 of the top 20 commercial and savings banks. Its leadership position depends on near-perfect performance. That's why Teradata requires a fulfillment partner that can meet the fast pace of customer demand, make production processes more efficient, and deliver world-class data analytics solutions within tight deadlines.
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Grabit Case Study
Grabit Case Study
Grabit, a promising startup, wanted to take its revolutionary electroadhesion gripping technology to market. Flex Lab IX partnered with Grabit to perform state-of-the-art testing and make business connections that would help the company fundamentally change factory and warehouse automation. Today's factories and warehouses need automation technologies that can handle fragile electronics such as flat-screen TVs and solar panels. Grabit invented a new technology that could revolutionize factory and warehouse automation. But this groundbreaking technology had to undergo rigorous testing before it could launch.
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Vehicle to Everything
Vehicle to Everything
Connectivity is empowering more intelligent interactions between consumers and companies. An innovative automaker wanted to design and build a working prototype of a connected vehicle platform to accelerate speed to market and help the company understand today's connected world.
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Recording the Run
Recording the Run
Nike is looking for ways to reduce the amount of material and labor needed to make high-performance, customized footwear and speed the delivery of its products to all kinds of athletes. Laser-cutting could scale down the amount of equipment needed to create the 20 to 30 parts of a typical shoe. However, Laser-cutting always leaves burnt edges on soft fabrics.
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