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American University of Beirut's Transformation with QlikView Dashboards
The American University of Beirut (AUB), a leading academic institution in Lebanon, faced significant challenges in managing 'big data' and extracting valuable insights. The university was using Oracle's business intelligence solution, which they found difficult to deploy and was only being used for reports rather than for dashboards and business discovery analysis. The university was also seeking to create a roadmap for the use of QlikView throughout the campus. The university and its medical center, AUBMC, were working with a variety of applications and database systems, including IBM DB2, Microsoft SQL Server, FoxPro, Oracle Financials, and specialist systems for hospital clinical needs. They also used three enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems—Oracle ERP, Banner ERP, and IBM—as well as Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition (OBIEE) for AUBMC.
J.B. Hunt's Real-Time Data Delivery Transformation with Qlik
J.B. Hunt, a Fortune 500 company and one of the largest transportation logistics companies in North America, was in the midst of a company-wide digital transformation journey. A key part of this journey was the implementation of a Microsoft Azure Databricks data lake to modernize the data warehouse for increased efficiencies and data access across the organization. However, as the engineering and technology team started its rollout, they noticed increasing pressure on the operational data stores that served as the backbone for J.B. Hunt 360, their cutting-edge digital freight matching platform. After evaluating the data pipelines, the team pinpointed the need to accelerate the flow of data into the lake to ensure that J.B. Hunt 360 users maintained a quality experience with no performance lag.
King.com Enhances Gaming Experience and Business Insights with IoT
King.com, a leading global online gaming company, was faced with the challenge of managing and making sense of the massive volumes of gaming data generated by their platform. The company needed a way to make this data accessible to the business for informed decision making. They also aimed to deliver rapid business insights and empower their business users with self-service capabilities. The challenge was not only to handle the data but also to derive meaningful insights that could inform various aspects of the business, from executive decisions to marketing strategies and product development.
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Microsoft Azure (Microsoft)
Microsoft Azure is a Cloud Computing platform and infrastructure created by Microsoft for building, deploying, and managing applications and services through a global network of Microsoft-managed data centers. It provides both PaaS and IaaS services and supports many different programming languages, tools and frameworks, including both Microsoft-specific and third-party software and systems. Azure was announced in October 2008 and released on 1 February 2010 as Windows Azure, before being renamed to Microsoft Azure on 25 March 2014.
C3 IoT provides a full-stack IoT development platform (PaaS) that enables the rapid design, development, and deployment of even the largest-scale big data / IoT applications that leverage telemetry, elastic Cloud Computing, analytics, and Machine Learning to apply the power of predictive analytics to any business value chain. C3 IoT also provides a family of turn-key SaaS IoT applications including Predictive Maintenance, fraud detection, sensor network health, supply chain optimization, investment planning, and customer engagement. Customers can use pre-built C3 IoT applications, adapt those applications using the platform’s toolset, or build custom applications using C3 IoT’s Platform as a Service.Year founded: 2009
IBM Watson (IBM)
Watson is a question answering computer system capable of answering questions posed in natural language, developed in IBM's DeepQA project by a research team led by principal investigator David Ferrucci. Watson was named after IBM's first CEO and industrialist Thomas J. Watson. The computer system was specifically developed to answer questions on the quiz show Jeopardy!. In 2011, Watson competed on Jeopardy! against former winners Brad Rutter and Ken Jennings. Watson received the first place prize of $1 million. Watson had access to 200 million pages of structured and unstructured content consuming four terabytes of disk storage including the full text of Wikipedia, but was not connected to the Internet during the game. For each clue, Watson's three most probable responses were displayed on the television screen. Watson consistently outperformed its human opponents on the game's signaling device, but had trouble in a few categories, notably those having short clues containing only a few words. In February 2013, IBM announced that Watson software system's first commercial application would be for utilization management decisions in lung cancer treatment at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in conjunction with health insurance company WellPoint. IBM Watson's former business chief Manoj Saxena says that 90% of nurses in the field who use Watson now follow its guidance.
Founded in 2012, Kingsoft Cloud is the leading cloud service provider in China. Since establishment, Kingsoft Cloud is devoting on providing customer safe, reliable, stable and high-quality cloud computing services.
Alteryx, Inc. was formed in 2011 and is a leader in self-service Data Science and analytics. Alteryx provides analysts with the unique ability to easily prep, blend and analyze all of their data using a repeatable workflow, then deploy and share analytics at scale for deeper insights in hours, not weeks.Analysts love the Alteryx Analytics platform because they can connect to and cleanse data from data warehouses, cloud applications, spreadsheets and other sources, easily join this data together, then perform analytics – predictive, statistical and spatial – using the same intuitive user interface, without writing any code.