- 基础设施即服务 (IaaS) - 云存储服务
- 平台即服务 (PaaS) - 数据管理平台
Czarnikow 完全依靠业务信息管理来支持其全球运营。基于手动和非结构化办公流程的组合缺乏业务所需的控制、清晰度、效率、安全性和治理。通过自定义电子表格、电子邮件（用户邮箱和 Microsoft Exchange 公共文件夹）、Word 文档和特定的业务功能系统（例如用于会计的 Infor SunSystems FMS 和用于贸易/运输的 Allegro）来处理跨企业及其交易对手的信息流。在贸易登记、信用风险和交易对手入职方面缺乏灵活和合规的流程管理，导致日常运营中的风险水平令人无法接受。这越来越威胁到运营能力，并且无法支持业务的战略增长计划。业务问题包括： • 过多的手动、繁琐的流程以及不一致的交接和数据输入的重复 • 内部合规程序的执行前执行，确保遵守外部法规并提高报告和透明度 • 手动流程和追溯可见性导致不可接受的运营风险水平 • 由于可审计性和控制力不足，无法在整个业务范围内下放权力 • 为业务决策提供信息的实时、准确的管理信息的可见性和可访问性有限 • 合规处理缺乏全球标准
Czarnikow Group Limited 自 1861 年以来一直从事食糖业务，是世界食糖市场服务的主要供应商。在伦敦设有总部，在全球设有 11 个区域办事处，员工约 200 人；该组织支持
Czarnikow 最终决定实施与 Microsoft CRM、Microsoft SharePoint、Infor SunSystems FMS 和 Allegro [商品交易平台] 集成的 XMPro iBOS。 XMPro iBOS 为 Czarnikow 提供了一个企业集成流程平台，其中包括： • 交易对手合规、全面信用检查控制和入职 • 跨所有业务系统的集成和主数据管理 • 交易对手持续审查和更新 • 贸易信用风险和合规控制自动化信贷通过通知检查和更新前端 CRM 系统 • 在执行和修改时自动实时更新 Allegro 交易系统中的交易信息 • CRM 系统和 Allegro 中的双向发货创建、修改和删除交易系统 • 在交易执行和装运创建时向用户生成贸易制裁警报 • 船舶创建、批准和分配 • 与 MS SharePoint 集成以获取船舶文件并进行审计
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The Kellogg Company
Kellogg keeps a close eye on its trade spend, analyzing large volumes of data and running complex simulations to predict which promotional activities will be the most effective. Kellogg needed to decrease the trade spend but its traditional relational database on premises could not keep up with the pace of demand.
HEINEKEN Uses the Cloud to Reach 10.5 Million Consumers
For 2012 campaign, the Bond promotion, it planned to launch the campaign at the same time everywhere on the planet. That created unprecedented challenges for HEINEKEN—nowhere more so than in its technology operation. The primary digital content for the campaign was a 100-megabyte movie that had to play flawlessly for millions of viewers worldwide. After all, Bond never fails. No one was going to tolerate a technology failure that might bruise his brand.Previously, HEINEKEN had supported digital media at its outsourced datacenter. But that datacenter lacked the computing resources HEINEKEN needed, and building them—especially to support peak traffic that would total millions of simultaneous hits—would have been both time-consuming and expensive. Nor would it have provided the geographic reach that HEINEKEN needed to minimize latency worldwide.
Energy Management System at Sugar Industry
The company wanted to use the information from the system to claim under the renewable energy certificate scheme. The benefit to the company under the renewable energy certificates is Rs 75 million a year. To enable the above, an end-to-end solution for load monitoring, consumption monitoring, online data monitoring, automatic meter data acquisition which can be exported to SAP and other applications is required.
Coca Cola Swaziland Conco Case Study
Coco Cola Swaziland, South Africa would like to find a solution that would enable the following results: - Reduce energy consumption by 20% in one year. - Formulate a series of strategic initiatives that would enlist the commitment of corporate management and create employee awareness while helping meet departmental targets and investing in tools that assist with energy management. - Formulate a series of tactical initiatives that would optimize energy usage on the shop floor. These would include charging forklifts and running cold rooms only during off-peak periods, running the dust extractors only during working hours and basing lights and air-conditioning on someone’s presence. - Increase visibility into the factory and other processes. - Enable limited, non-intrusive control functions for certain processes.
Temperature Monitoring for Restaurant Food Storage
When it came to implementing a solution, Mr. Nesbitt had an idea of what functionality that he wanted. Although not mandated by Health Canada, Mr. Nesbitt wanted to ensure quality control issues met the highest possible standards as part of his commitment to top-of-class food services. This wish list included an easy-to use temperature-monitoring system that could provide a visible display of the temperatures of all of his refrigerators and freezers, including historical information so that he could review the performance of his equipment. It also had to provide alert notification (but email alerts and SMS text message alerts) to alert key staff in the event that a cooling system was exceeding pre-set warning limits.
Coca-Cola Refreshments, U.S.
Coca-Cola Refreshments owns and manages Coca-Cola branded refrigerators in retail establishments. Legacy systems were used to locate equipment information by logging onto multiple servers which took up to 8 hours to update information on 30-40 units. The company had no overall visibility into equipment status or maintenance history.