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Heerema Fabrication Group Consolidates EPC Processes on ERP - Clevest  Industrial IoT Case Study
Heerema Fabrication Group Consolidates EPC Processes on ERP
New ERP software was necessary, especially to support HFG’s emphasis on becoming a global player in engineering, procurement, construction, and installation (EPC(I)) and turn-key contracting.
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Industry 4.0 at ALPLA
As the complexity of production machinery increases, so does the need for highly-trained specialists in each factory. This creates the following challenges:Higher personnel costs in every plantHarder to recruit experienced talent at each locationPersonnel turnover becomes more costlyLess experienced operators run the machines sub-optimally, impacting resource consumption and overall equipment effectiveness (OEE).
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How the Wallace Group Save time and Money - Deltek Industrial IoT Case Study
How the Wallace Group Save time and Money
When The Wallace Group’s servers crashed in fall 2020, they knew it was time to move their business to the cloud.  They worked with Deltek to quickly move their Deltek Ajera Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) solution to the Deltek Cloud. In just a few days, their systems were back up running, and they could get back to managing projects, creating invoices, and processing payroll.With overall responsibility for Human Resources, Accounting and Information Technology (IT) in her role, Bordieri has seen significant cost, security and time saving benefits by moving to the cloud.
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Home Awareness with Chamberlain MyQ Garage - Prodea Industrial IoT Case Study
Home Awareness with Chamberlain MyQ Garage
Chamberlain is the world’s largest garage door opener manufacturer. The company sells its products under several brand names and channels and is popular both for DIY and professional installations. After intensive market research among homeowners, Chamberlain confirmed a common usability issue that impacted a significant majority of its customers: the “U-Turn Problem”.A few minutes after leaving their home, most garage door opener owners experience a nagging worry about whether they closed their garage door. Many homeowners will actually turn their car around and drive back home just to double-check. Wanting to improve the consumer’s user experience with their products, Chamberlain’s connected garage door opener project was born. Chamberlain now markets their Internet-connected garage door openers as a “peace of mind” purchase and reports that their customers open the app an average of four times per week.
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Aircraft component manufacturer introduces predictive maintenance -  Industrial IoT Case Study
Aircraft component manufacturer introduces predictive maintenance
A major European aircraft component supplier encountered this challenge first-hand. A mission-critical, programmable milling machine failed, halting the organization’s production process. Despite the customer team’s expertise, the problem proved challenging to diagnose. At first, it appeared the downtime resulted from a damaged spindle, the most complicated part of the milling machine. However, a costly and time-consuming spindle replacement did not correct the situation. The team was forced to perform an extensive system evaluation to identify the culprit.
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Saving millions with a predictive asset monitoring and alert system - IBM Industrial IoT Case Study
Saving millions with a predictive asset monitoring and alert system
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The challenge was to harvest and sift through this data, recognize the patterns that indicate a high likelihood of asset failure, identify the most urgent issues, and get the right information to its engineers with enough lead time for them to take effective action.“Before, we only used between 10 and 12 percent of the operational data we collected, which is the industry average,” comments Benn. “By the time we had searched for, collated and forwarded the right information to the right people, we might respond too late to avoid impact to operations, or have to make last-minute changes to our maintenance schedule, which reduces efficiency. Our challenge was to provide right-time, actionable, effective information proactively, rather than in a reactive or look-back assessment.”“What we wanted was a way to identify patterns in that sensor data that would give us an early warning of asset failure. We saw an opportunity to use analytics technology to extract greater value from the systems and data we already possessed, which would help us to, for example, avoid preventable failures and potentially save millions of dollars.
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A Hybrid Switchgear-Communication Solution Satisfies Shopping Center’s No-Antenn - Microsoft Azure Industrial IoT Case Study
A Hybrid Switchgear-Communication Solution Satisfies Shopping Center’s No-Antenn
Based in Bolton, England, Ascribe is a leading provider of business intelligence (BI) and clinically focused IT solutions and services for the healthcare industry. Ascribe estimates that 82 percent of National Health Service (NHS) trusts in the United Kingdom use its products. With access to large volumes of data maintained by the trusts, the company wanted a BI solution that would help healthcare providers detect, predict, and respond more quickly to outbreaks of infectious disease and other health threats. Healthcare analysts typically work from data collected and coded when patients receive treatment in clinics and hospitals. “By the time they get that information it’s usually out-of-date,” says Paul Henderson, Business Intelligence Division Head at Ascribe. “The data has already been coded and stored in a record-keeping system, or it’s been collected from a hospital workflow, and that doesn’t always happen in real time.” In addition, huge volumes of potentially useful data existed in text files from sources such as unscheduled visits to emergency rooms, school attendance logs, and retail drug sales. The Internet offered another trove of untapped information including clickstream analysis and social media such as Twitter. “If you think about each clinician who struggles with getting timely, accurate data, and you compound it on a national scale, then it becomes an immense challenge,” says Henderson. “You have lots of small pieces of data coming in from multiple places, and it can be very difficult to aggregate and interpret.”Ascribe had previously worked on a solution to support the analysis of national emergency care attendance. The system was designed to monitor the daily number of people who visited emergency departments in the UK and raise an alarm when it identified unusual levels of activity such as a potential outbreak of an infectious disease. However, it was difficult to collect data from a rapidly growing number of healthcare providers, including mobile clinicians. In addition, clinicians were unable to use the exploding volume of unstructured data from patient case notes and social media feeds. “The processing power you would need to handle all of that information is beyond the capability of most organizations,” says Henderson. “A hospital can’t just stand up a server farm to process millions of case notes from an emergency care system in addition to other data.” To solve these problems, Ascribe decided to design a proof of concept that would create a standardized approach to working with healthcare data. The company asked Leeds Teaching Hospitals, one of the biggest NHS trusts in the UK, to participate in the project. Leeds can generate up to half a million structured records each year in its Emergency Department system. The hospital also generates approximately 1 million unstructured case files each month.Ascribe wanted to create not just a proof-of-concept BI solution for monitoring infectious disease on the national level, but also a tool that could be used to improve operations for local care providers. “Our goal was to find a way to make data flow more quickly in near-real time,” says Henderson. “We also wanted to augment clinically coded data with data harvested from case notes.” The company wanted to create a national knowledge base that both analysts following disease outbreaks and local clinicians could use to improve healthcare. Ascribe needed a highly scalable, end-to-end solution that could work with multiple data types and sources, as well as provide self-service BI tools for users.
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MultiFiber Pro Shows One Installation Contractor - Fluke Networks Industrial IoT Case Study
MultiFiber Pro Shows One Installation Contractor
Yet one such installation contractor found its progress grinding to a halt around a particularly thorny problem with an MPOdeployment. The company was in the midst of an installation comprised of two MPO fiber cassettes and a pre-tested and certified MPO trunk cable. And it wasn't going well.The manufacturer of the equipment they were using required that pass-fail limits be derived from the company's link loss calculator and then input into test tools such as a Fluke Networks DTX CableAnalyzer as a custom limit. And these custom limits are tight; stricter even than the traditional TIA-568-C industry standard. Total budgets of only 1.40 dB are common for two cassette links. And unfortunately, the installation contractor was struggling to get under this budget for one portion of a particular job.The installers repeatedly examined, cleaned, and retested the fibers without being able to solve the issue. As a result, the profitability for that particular job was vanishing with each additional hour of testing, driving the company to reach out to its distributor, which in turn put in a call to Fluke Networks.
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Securing the Future with ASAP Systems’ Inventory System - ASAP Systems Industrial IoT Case Study
Securing the Future with ASAP Systems’ Inventory System
With continued growth, Qrypt was challenged with how to manage an increased number of high-value assets including desktop computers, laptops, printers televisions, electronics testing equipment, portable media devices, and phones. The security company also wanted to eliminate the use of outdated manual spreadsheets. The ability to quickly and accurately track inventory was an essential need for the company
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Crank Software Achieves DevSecOps Success - GrammaTech Industrial IoT Case Study
Crank Software Achieves DevSecOps Success
Crank Software wanted a high-performance static application security testing (SAST) tool to advance the integrity of its code. It was critical that they found a solution that was not just technically sophisticated, but one that could be easily integrated into their cultural, technical ecosystem, and DevSecOps workflow. This includes a vigilant team of around 40 developers, including junior coders who employ a “test early and often” mentality and operate with a mindset of delivering strong, reliable, and secure code.DevSecOps is an integrated culture in organizations between Development, Security, and Operations teams who work together to respond to threats as early and as quickly as possible. DevSecOps breaks down silos between departments, leading to better quality code. It’s currently in the early stages of mainstream adoption, with a 20-50% market penetration according to Gartner, with a projection that it will reach mainstream adoption in the next 2 to 5 years.DevSecOps at Crank Software is driven by the same tenets that make this collaborative process succeed: quality, security, and safety. The Crank team has a zero-tolerance policy for errors and strives to protect every aspect of their work from cascading failures. Integrating SAST into their DevSecOps workflow helps enable Crank Software to accomplish this goal.
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MITSUBISHI Electric's Kamakura Works Accelerates Its Software Development - Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) Industrial IoT Case Study
MITSUBISHI Electric's Kamakura Works Accelerates Its Software Development
Achieving more sophisticated software development for large-scale real-time systemsMitsubishi Electric is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of electrical and electronic equipment such as air-conditioning systems, home products, and automotive parts. Based in Tokyo, the company also builds large-scale real-time and embedded systems for public sector clients at its production hub, Kamakura Works, in the Japanese prefecture of Kanagawa. Kamakura Works has pioneered Japan’s development of space technology since the country first launched an ionized layer observatory satellite in 1976. In February 2020, the hub dramatically expanded its capacity to develop satellites after building one of Japan’s largest satellite production facilities.To support this expansion, Kamakura Works’ software engineering department has been working to further modernize and polish its software development processes.To keep up, the department has been refining and systematizing its processes for developing various types of software solutions. While addressing its current needs, it has also been working with HPE Pointnext Services such as Advisory & Professional Services to prepare for a further increase in the speed and scale of its future software development 
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DigiCert automates protection of their AWS environment with Imperva - Imperva Industrial IoT Case Study
DigiCert automates protection of their AWS environment with Imperva
DigiCert was already using Imperva’s SaaS Web Application Firewall (WAF) to protect many of their on-premises applications when they first began migrating some of their workloads to Amazon Web Services (AWS). At the time, they were using another vendor for DDoS mitigation on AWS. However, DigiCert was not satisfied with this offering because it excessively scrubbed traffic and, in many cases, blocked legitimate traffic.Given the nature of DigiCert’s business, they are subjected to some form of attack (usually multiple attacks) on a daily basis. As their usage of AWS grew, and they embraced a true hybrid model, DigiCert realized they needed a new security solution. To eliminate management complexity, DigiCert wanted a solution from a single provider that delivered both WAF protection and DDoS mitigation across their entire hybrid environment. The solution would have to manage risk and monitor all traffic to rapidly identify threats, while only allowing valid traffic to gain access to their applications.They knew from their previously negative DDoS protection experience that lowering false positives was a key requirement. They also wanted assurance of rapid response to minimize potential business interruption. In addition, because of time and resource constraints, they wanted to automate as much of the security process as possible. After doing their research and testing, DigiCert determined that Imperva, an APN Security Competency Partner, met all their application security needs.
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Optima Energy Systems Powers Up Its Analytics - Infor Industrial IoT Case Study
Optima Energy Systems Powers Up Its Analytics
Data is quickly becoming the standard tool for informing all types of energy management decisions. As the energy landscape becomes more complex, yielding more and more data for users to parse, it's not surprising that the needs of energy managers and consultants are growing alongside them.Optima Energy Systems' core product is an energy management solution that validates bills sent from suppliers to customers. Many of its customers are large, multi-site organizations like supermarkets, water companies, telecom companies, and universities. Optima Energy Systems helps them to manage their energy portfolios and control costs.The key reason why Optima Energy Systems sought to replace its existing reporting capability was to improve development efficiency. The old system has been in existence for some time, during which the company had built up an extensive collection of bespoke reports for customers. Every new customer that came on board required a different report, which meant either Optima Energy Systems had to build new reports from scratch or work from existing reports, which created a messy pile-up of options and settings. These, in turn, grew increasingly cumbersome and difficult to support.To make matters worse, very few people were familiar with the original reporting technology, which meant Optima Energy Systems spent a disproportionate amount of time manually building reports rather than focusing on future product enhancements.
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Migration from Legacy Tech to Fuel Business Productivity - Avenga Industrial IoT Case Study
Migration from Legacy Tech to Fuel Business Productivity
A technology leader with a 130-year-old history of working with manufacturing, utilities, infrastructure, and transportation, our client is driving the transformation of industries towards a more sustainable future and focuses on delivering new services and solutions that match their customers’ needs. 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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A Construction Marketplace, Uses Fivetran as its Digital Building Block - Fivetran Industrial IoT Case Study
A Construction Marketplace, Uses Fivetran as its Digital Building Block
Enabling data-driven decision makingLaunched in 2018 with a clear mission, Schüttflix wanted to bring digital processes to ‘a pen and paper industry’ and transform highly localized supply chains. The founders knew that data would be important, providing internal and external stakeholders with the best data to make informed decisions. Tasked with building a modern data stack, Alexander Rupp, Head of Data and Business Intelligence, started by evaluating the connectors that could tap into key data sources. Fivetran emerged as the best fit for the business because it was fast and reliable. Rupp was setting up connectors in an hour, something that would have taken weeks otherwise. 
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Tracking Material and Assets in Plating Factories - Quuppa Industrial IoT Case Study
Tracking Material and Assets in Plating Factories
Partial plating is an intermediate process for Toshin’s manufacturing customers. The process can often be difficult due to fluctuations in the processing quantity and product type. In addition, the variety and quantity of items have increased, and it has become more difficult to store them in a fixed location due to a shortage of storage space. Since multiple pieces of the same material are delivered with a first-in-first-out method, matching both the type and lot is necessary. Employees end up spending a lot of time searching for materials and stored items, which is a waste of time.
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Kamco Industries Achieves World-Class Efficiency with Plex - Plex Systems Industrial IoT Case Study
Kamco Industries Achieves World-Class Efficiency with Plex
When Kamco Industries’ spreadsheet-based business processes didn’t meet the requirements of major clients such as American Honda, the company knew it needed to improve. Analyzing performance involved stacks of paperwork, and the year-end closing process required countless hours of overtime and took weeks to complete. IT spent too much time supporting business processes rather than providing a strong technology foundation for the company. Looking to meet its customers’ requirements and improve efficiency, Kamco began looking for a new ERP system. 
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Total Powers Digital Transformation across Energy Production - Nutanix Industrial IoT Case Study
Total Powers Digital Transformation across Energy Production
One of the largest energy producers in the world, Total S.A. is a French multinational company whose businesses cover the entire oil and gas supply chain. Its global operations encompass everything from crude oil and natural gas exploration and production to power generation, transportation, refining, petroleum product marketing, and international crude oil and product trading.To support all these operations, Total’s IT environment is running a wide variety of applications on-premises. Aside, the organization also has extensive public cloud and private cloud environments, including Microsoft Azure. In the cyclic energy industry, cloud technology gives Total the flexibility to support services for a limited amount of time, then move on to new projects.Total needed to provide consistent platform and management for all of the company’s sites, regardless of size. Some offices contain as few as three people, while others may support up to 1000 employees. The organization needed a strategic solution that would position the organization to respond to any need. The company was also seeking to dramatically minimize the size of its data center footprint as part of its environmental initiatives to reduce greenhouse emissions.
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Yancey Bros. Co. Modernized Branch Office Infrastructure - Palo Alto Networks Industrial IoT Case Study
Yancey Bros. Co. Modernized Branch Office Infrastructure
Prisma SD-WAN Simplifies a Complex and Costly NetworkTo reduce network complexity, improve the quality of service, and support continued growth, Yancey Bros. sought out a partner that could provide low-cost connectivity and the reliability its remote offices required. Several partners and companies recommended the autonomous Palo Alto Networks Prisma® SD-WAN solution, which uses global intelligence to deliver performance and security service-level agreements (SLAs) for all applications over any type of wide-area network (WAN). It provides application policies aligned to business intent as well as direct access to multi-cloud and DevOps frameworks to deliver unparalleled productivity gains and cost savings compared to legacy SD-WAN alternatives. Companies like Yancey Bros. leverage Prisma SD-WAN to gain cloud-scale economics for the branch with the freedom to use any WA
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The Home Depot Partners with Nutanix to Drive IT Innovation - Nutanix Industrial IoT Case Study
The Home Depot Partners with Nutanix to Drive IT Innovation
Home Depot has a long and well-earned reputation as a technology leader. In 2015, the company decided to revolutionize its entire IT environment to enhance the performance and scalability of its infrastructure and reduce the total cost of ownership (TCO). “We used to try to cut costs by just upgrading to faster servers and more efficient storage,” noted Kevin Priest, Senior Director at The Home Depot. “We needed to find a better way to reduce TCO.”
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Università degli Studi di Udine - Endian Industrial IoT Case Study
Università degli Studi di Udine
University of Udine is a college committed to the highest education standards, research, interaction with surrounding territories. The collaboration with Endian brought its technological vocation beyond the academic field to translate into a project aimed to protect and safely manage accesses to electrical and thermal control systems, access control and video surveillance.
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Vale Fertilizantes Saves $1.4M in Production Losses with Predix Asset Performanc - General Electric Industrial IoT Case Study
Vale Fertilizantes Saves $1.4M in Production Losses with Predix Asset Performanc
Reducing production lossesIn 2013, the company identified a need in the maintenance and operation of its acid nitric plant to reduce production losses and improve annual production. Vale noticed there was a gap in nitric acid production from 2011 to 2012 and discovered that three pieces of equipment were responsible for the main losses, including two weak acid condensers and a compressor discharge air cooler. The condenser’s losses were due to thickness loss, lack of availability of the spare condenser, and shell cracking.With a production loss above 14,000 tons in 15 months, Vale aimed to reduce annual loss by 10,000 tons by August 2015. 
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Infineon Supports Savari for HSM - Infineon Industrial IoT Case Study
Infineon Supports Savari for HSM
The V2X systems use a sophisticated Public Key Infrastructure (PKI)-based approach to facilitate trusted communication:V2X systems use Elliptical Curve Cryptography (ECC). Device must be able to securely and efficiently generate ECC keysThe random numbers generator must have high entropyRoot-certificates must be protected by usage of secured storageDevice must have tamper resistance, including physical attacksPrivate keys must have protection against side channel attacksPrivate keys must to be protected and used securely › V2X device are required to generate up to 40 messages per second. The signing latency must be low to support this frequency
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AI Conveyor Inspection with Wahtari nCam - Wahtari Industrial IoT Case Study
AI Conveyor Inspection with Wahtari nCam
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Acoustics Analytics in Manufacturing - IBM Industrial IoT Case Study
Acoustics Analytics in Manufacturing
IBM
Maintenance of the production line is timely and costly. Knowing when to maintain an asset for peak performance is critical.
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Anaren Microwave Implements their manufacturing CMMS - Fiix Software Industrial IoT Case Study
Anaren Microwave Implements their manufacturing CMMS
Like many organizations, Anaren had a homegrown work order application that had basic asset management functionality. “It was menu driven, so quite cumbersome,” explained Bill, “reporting was limited and it still relied heavily on paper transactions and records. We looked at our business needs going forward and decided this was one area that could be modernized.” On launching the Manufacturing CMMS project, Bill, the business analyst of the company identified three major areas for improvement:1. Improve efficiency by eliminating paper.2. Improve the control of preventive maintenance. 3. Improve inventory management.
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Wireless Predictive Maintenance to Fix a Dated Walk-Around Program - Petasense Industrial IoT Case Study
Wireless Predictive Maintenance to Fix a Dated Walk-Around Program
C&W Services was using a manual condition monitoring program at one of its leading life sciences’ client up until last year. At best, data was collected manually every 30 days, even on the most critical machines, using a handheld data logger. After the data collection, all of the data analysis had to be outsourced to a third party for analysis. This approach has several limitations:1. Unplanned Downtime2. Shortage of Manpower3. Safety and Access to Machines4. Inconsistent Readings Collected by Manual Processes
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CIRA expands DNS using Akamai SPS Secure Business - Akamai Technologies Industrial IoT Case Study
CIRA expands DNS using Akamai SPS Secure Business
A few years ago, CIRA saw the opportunity to complement its registry revenue with new services. In 2015, CIRA first moved into DNS cybersecurity with the introduction of D-Zone Anycast DNS, a service now used by some ISPs, the Canadian government, and many educational institutions. After the release of this comprehensive Canadian secondary DNS service, many of CIRA’s customers requested a recursive DNS Service. Organizations in the education sector were particularly interested in a service with content filtering.
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CN Helped Pine Printshop with a Responsive and Top-notch E-commerce Portal - Capital Numbers Infotech Pvt Ltd. Industrial IoT Case Study
CN Helped Pine Printshop with a Responsive and Top-notch E-commerce Portal
To digitally expand their business, Pine Printshop was looking for a catalog-based site that would help people buy ready-made products (e.g. apparels, board pins, stickers, etc.) and even allow customers to personalize their own t-shirts, caps, and hoodies.
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Minimizing downtime by engaging IBM Services – Technology Support - IBM Industrial IoT Case Study
Minimizing downtime by engaging IBM Services – Technology Support
IBM
Simplifying maintenanceHana Financial Group had recently consolidated the infrastructure and resources of 11 of its affiliates at a local IBM data centre. However, the business was left with more than 100 service and maintenance contracts that needed to be reviewed and renewed periodically. These contracts also involved 100 separate bills that Hana Financial Group had to manage. Managing such a large volume of bills was cumbersome and sometimes resulted in late payments. The group wanted to improve efficiency and eliminate the overhead involved with managing these contracts by consolidating its heterogeneous IT systems and data storage systems under more consistent processes.
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