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Land O' Lakes: Cultivating connections and greater efficiency using data, from farm to table

Land O’Lakes

Arden Hills, Minnesota–based Land O’Lakes, Inc. offers extensive agricultural services and works hard to support growth to help feed the world’s rising population. To help employees work more closely with farmers, customers, and colleagues, the company adopted Microsoft Office 365, the Enterprise Mobility Suite, and Surface Pro devices. It is also exploring the comprehensive Office 365 E5 suite to support employees, whether they’re visiting a co-op member’s dairy farm or analyzing crops in a field.
Inspiring Client Confidence Through the Service, Security and Streamlining Capabilities of the Microsoft Cloud

Dyrand Systems

Ed Anderson, Managing Director at Dyrand Systems, explains how leveraging Microsoft’s Canadian datacentres along with integrating Azure and The Microsoft Cloud has helped their client’s lower costs, streamline process and solve business challenges.
Why Infosys went with Microsoft Dynamics

Infosys Limited

A strategy to cohere relations with customers while minimizing cost and enhancing productivity and profitability in business is of unparalleled importance. Adapting to this concept defines a business' success. With decades of experience in IT world, Infosys was aware of the importance of customer relationship management. The company had developed a customer relationship management solution that would provide an atomistic real time vision of customer information. As it ran for many years, the complexity of their sales process snowballed, demanding the company to bring the home grown solution up to code. Let us see what happened next.
Rapidly-growing UK restaurant chain migrates key business processes to Microsoft Dynamics 365

TGI Fridays UK Ltd

TGI Friday's popular and rapidly-growing restaurant franchise in the UK wanted a more scalable, flexible platform for core business processes. To support its ambitious growth, the franchise is consolidating business operations starting with financial management on Microsoft Dynamics 365. Built-in functionality and ease-of-use mean that TGI Friday's can continue to onboard more business processes while expanding its franchise. Benefits include lower costs, easier access to data, and better insight.
Weathering the storm: Big data and cloud technologies safeguard lives and businesses worldwide


Global weather company AccuWeather is using a technology platform including Microsoft Azure and Microsoft Dynamics 365 to gain real-time intelligence into weather and business patterns. Handling 17 billion requests for data each day, AccuWeather is helping 1.5 billion people safeguard and improve their lives and businesses.
Global Weather Leader Uses the Microsoft Cloud for Lifesaving Forecasts Worldwide


AccuWeather, which handles billions of forecast requests daily, needed a more scalable platform to expand services. By migrating to the Microsoft cloud, including Azure and Dynamics CRM, the company easily handled a jump from 4 billion to more than 12 billion data requests per day, can continue to grow and innovate without increasing infrastructure costs, and, most importantly, is bringing real-time, lifesaving information to people worldwide.
Online store boosts conversion rate with quick-deploy recommendations technology  


The great thing about online shopping is the huge number of products to see. The bad thing about online shopping is the huge number of products to see. DutchCrafters, an online furniture store, incorporated the Recommendations API, one of the Microsoft Cognitive Services, into its website to help customers winnow through thousands of choices and find their dream furniture faster. With just a few days’ work, DutchCrafters added the API to its code and boosted the company’s conversion rate through smart product recommendations.  
Sapient Global Markets Takes the Azure Step

Sapient Global Markets

Post the 2008 financial crisis, market regulators increased their oversight of financial services firms through more stringent rules and regulations. As more rules came into force, this increased the need for a more cost efficient and effective approach to compliance management. Sapient Global Markets realized that businesses were struggling to comply with the regulations and developed their Compliance Management Reporting System (CMRS). This was a boon for businesses and a game changer in the industry. Sapient kept enhancing their solution and came to the conclusion that moving away from the on-premises setting to the cloud would deliver multiple advantages to their clients. This realization led them to Microsoft Azure. Let us take a look and understand how it worked for the best.
Mobile app maker wows customers with the help of intelligent APIs from Microsoft

Cardinal Blue Software

Cardinal Blue Software, with offices in both San Francisco and Taipei, makes PicCollage, a popular mobile app that allows users to combine photos, videos, captions, stickers, and special effects to create unique collages and images that they can share with friends. PicCollage is a top ranked app with more than 120 million downloads. Using a set of APIs from Microsoft Cognitive Services, Cardinal Blue is now expanding the capabilities of its apps and offering customers new ways to express their creativity.
NASCAR team speeds access to decision-making data with the help of Microsoft Services

Hendrick Motorsports

Hendrick Motorsports holds a record 11 championships in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. But in any race, every second matters. In order to keep its competitive edge, the company wanted to gather race-related data quickly enough to make time-critical decisions during races. Hendrick Motorsports worked with Microsoft Services to deploy Microsoft Office 365, Microsoft Azure, and Windows 10, and is now able to gather real-time data, communicate more efficiently between teams, and work seamlessly across devices.

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