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Statistical Office and Geodetic Authority of Republic of SerbiaStatistical Office of RS (SORS) and the Republic Geodetic Authority (RGZ) emphasize the value of successful digital transformation projects, supported by Microsoft digital architects engagement.
RubikloudIn 2013, Rubikloud co-founders looked to challenge the status-quo by creating the world's leading, cloud-native, machine learning platform for global enterprise retailers. In a world continuously demanding efficiency and speed, Rubikloud leverages AI and machine learning to change the way retailers look at mass promotional planning and maximizing customer lifetime value. With millions of factors influencing these types of business decisions, cloud adoption is essential. Integration of Microsoft Azure provides a scalable means for computations and is helping Rubikloud change the way retailers grow their business.
Global Strategy GroupGlobal Strategy Group (GSG) is a highly regarded research and public affairs firm that US companies, politicians, and institutions rely on to help them understand public opinion and communicate more effectively. To apply data-driven insights to its own business, GSG deployed Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Project Service Automation. With it, GSG gains a real-time understanding of its project-based business and staffing needs, and frees up valuable funds for additional technology projects.
RAHAT MarketBy moving to the cloud, Azerbaijan-based retailer RAHAT Market has not just solved a short-term problem with poor backup control, but has started to reap strategic value from a new virtual way of running its business. This has provided greater resilience, reduced hardware investment, and taken away concerns about ageing servers. Now, RAHAT Market can focus on harnessing data for business advantage, says its IT Manager.
OmnivexOmnivex, a leading creator of intelligent digital signage, designed its Moxie communications platform to run on Windows 10 IoT Enterprise and with the Microsoft IoT Suite. Integrating with existing data sources and line-of-business software, this solution empowers organizations to share real-time information across any device. Used in diverse scenarios such as healthcare, retail, travel, and manufacturing, the platform delivers multiple benefits including enhanced productivity and better business agility.
InnoWi GmbHSpecialists in innovative point-of-sale solutions, Innowi created a mobile all in one POS/Payment device and platform based on the Windows 10 IoT Enterprise operating system and Microsoft Azure. Designed to reduce the time customers typically spend waiting in line, the solution includes a compact mobile device that can process orders and connect with back-end in store systems, cloud services, and payment processors. Designed for completing transactions within seconds from any location, the solution enables Innowi customers and merchants from multiple industries to improve sales and provide a more personalized end user customer experience.
MEDNAXMEDNAX Services (MEDNAX), based in Sunrise, Florida, is a leading provider of maternal-fetal, newborn, and pediatric subspecialty physician services in the United States, including a newborn hearing screen program through its affiliate, Pediatrix Medical Group. To empower employees with a modern workplace, MEDNAX turned to Microsoft 365 cloud services and Pediatrix deployed the scheduling solution, Microsoft StaffHub. Screeners manage their schedules online to ensure that babies do not have to wait for the hearing test that could make all the difference in their development.
Keith & KoepEstablished in 1991, Germany’s Keith & Koep creates embedded computer systems for multiple industries, including manufacturing, automotive, aeronautics, retail, and healthcare. The company’s Myon I CPU module, which runs the Windows 10 IoT Core operating system, is being used by the Gastromatix firm to power an automated, touchscreen cocktail mixer connected to Microsoft Azure. With up to 40 different ingredients and an unlimited number of different cocktail recipes at their fingertips, virtually anyone can produce a high-quality drink in less than six seconds. The Cocktail-Booster is available for festivals and other events, and improves customer service, eliminates product waste, and automatically records each drink for accurate tracking and billing.
iSalonSoftware developer iSalon creates solutions for the beauty industry, from real-time inventory reporting to features that encourage customer reviews and help prevent no-shows. With the company’s move to Microsoft 365 Business, iSalon employees now have access to all their notes, apps, and contacts in one place with Microsoft Teams. And IT has improved compliance and data loss prevention while reducing costs an estimated £7,500 annually by eliminating the need for on-premises IT infrastructure.
Munich Re (Group)For a long time Munich Re has been using analytical models that can calculate weather risks with an unbelievably large number of parameters. But it is only now that the computing power is available to analyse these large amounts of data in a comprehensive and deep way. The cloud provides a new impetus for risk assessment and climate research.