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CEE software leader achieves CRM breakthrough

DAN electronic

Privately-owned Bulgarian software company DAN electronic was established in 1991. Its team comprises experts in a range of IT, economic and business disciplines. In its early years, the firm concentrated on database programming, graphical, office and management systems, expanding to communication and global information systems. However, in 1996, it started to develop InfoServ – a communication technology for call center and contact center development. It now solely develops and markets products, based on the InfoServ technology.
Public Cloud Powers Business Transformation at Healthcare Major

Fortis Healthcare Limited

Fortis Healthcare incorporated the latest IT infrastructure to ensure that they are providing their patients with a uniform experience. Microsoft Azure’s was instrumental in enabling Fortis in doing the same. But, it was just the beginning. What Fortis and Microsoft are together developing for the future, forms the crux of this journey. Let’s take a look.
Leading Thai hospital moves toward digital healthcare with business intelligence

Praram 9 Hospital

Praram 9 Hospital’s key missions are to use digital technology to optimize clinical effectiveness, improve access to patient care, and provide the support in need for hospital staff to deliver quality healthcare. To realize its goals, the Hospital adopted Microsoft’s Business Intelligence solutions, enabling analysts to gain actionable insights. With easy-to-understand analytics reports, mobile capabilities, and real-time access to operational reports — the Hospital is able to quickly evaluate hospital performance, improve resource management, and make better decisions that enable it to accommodate more patients.
Stone products producer improves sales productivity and effectiveness with CRM

Luck Stone

Virginia-based Luck Stone is one of the largest providers of crushed stone, sand, and gravel in the US. After restructuring its sales strategy around a customer-centric model, Luck Stone deployed Microsoft Dynamics 365 to give its sales team the tools they needed to succeed. Deploying Dynamics 365 kicked off a transformation that improved data capture and increased field sales effectiveness, sales management productivity, and dispatch order management productivity. Luck Stone further improved sales effectiveness by linking Dynamics 365 to Microsoft Office 365 and Microsoft Power BI, which lets the sales staff communicate, collaborate, and view sales dashboards from within Dynamics 365.
LzLabs transforms mainframe technology solutions by leveraging open source on Microsoft Azure


LzLabs is a Swiss software company focused on transforming traditional mainframe technology with their Software Defined Mainframe (SDM) solution. SDM combined with Microsoft Azure open source capabilities enables both Linux and cloud infrastructure to process thousands of mainframe transactions per second, while maintaining enterprise requirements for reliability, availability, serviceability, and security. The LzLabs software solution with Microsoft Azure allows the executable form of legacy customer mainframe programs to operate without changes and without compromising performance in a contemporary and cost-effective computing environment.
Mystifly Case Study


Mystifly’s unique global sourcing strategy provides travel agencies, tour operators and online travel agents the lowest airfares originating anywhere in the world and pay for it in local currency. MyFareBox is Mystifly’s flagship product that is built using .Net and runs on SQL Server. This Cloud-based solution has been designed keeping the needs of travel companies in mind and helps improve the competitiveness of travel companies.  Mystifly has a very dynamic business and managing the dynamic need for scalability was a challenge for Mystifly. The organization was facing an uphill task of its IT Infrastructure to be highly elastic and scalable to meet its dynamic business needs and was searching for a cloud solution which would enable easy hardware scalability, 24 by 7 availability, higher computing speeds and cost effectiveness by reduction in maintenance costs and optimal usage of resources.  This search led them to Microsoft. Let us understand why.
Engineering firm saves $350,000 a year with hybrid cloud storage

Woodard and Curran

Woodard & Curran is an environmental consulting firm with 27 US offices. To create the best solutions for customers, Woodard & Curran engineers and scientists use innovative technology to pool their expertise and collaborate across offices. Using Panzura Hybrid Cloud Storage connected to Microsoft Azure, staff in multiple locations work on files together as easily as if they were sitting in the same office. Plus, the solution gives Woodard & Curran limitless capacity for ever-larger engineering drawings, enhanced data security, and a net savings of about $350,000 a year. This project has been so successful that Woodard & Curran is moving many other workloads into the Microsoft cloud.
Global firm excels at collaboration for less with project management solution


When global professional services firm Capita expanded its project team, it found that migrating from its on-premises project management system to cloud-based Microsoft Project Online would create big savings. What senior management hadn’t predicted was the impact of the solution’s flexible real-time project reporting and seamless interoperability with Office 365. Employees swiftly adopted the solution after a drama-free implementation. With support calls down and morale up, Capita is poised for continued success.
University of Tennessee builds a foundation for the future with a user-friendly data platform

University Of Tennessee

For more than 200 years, the Volunteers at the University of Tennessee have been the crown jewel of ol’ Rocky Top. With nearly 50,000 students, UT – with its flagship campus in Knoxville and its additional campuses and institutes throughout Tennessee – leads the state in a six-year graduation rate while hosting $436 million in research commitments and extended relationships with the Department of Energy. At the center of it all is Dr. Jay Eckles, Director of Business Intelligence for the UT system. It’s Jay’s responsibility to support all seven UT locations through an IT platform that supports engagement and university research data.
Brewing up a smarter way to make beer

Deschutes Brewery

Deschutes Brewery, the seventh-largest craft brewery in the United States, is transforming beer making with data science. To increase production capacity with existing equipment, the brewery integrated the on-site OSIsoft PI System used to collect and manage production data with Microsoft Cortana Intelligence Suite. By using predictive analytics to increase fermentation capacity, Deschutes Brewery anticipates that it can save an average of 48 hours for every batch of beer across 8-10 brands year round. The result is more great beer without significant capital investment.

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