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Based in London, this company is a major financial institution. As such, it must comply with the Basel II Capital Accord, a set of regulations governing data consolidation and risk management. To comply, it constructed a new data warehouse, but badly needed a single view of all data, as well as the ability to analyze risk data relating to millions of customers. Learn how a business intelligence (BI) solution helped.

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In late 2009, Concept One, a sports, entertainment, and fashion accessory firm, decided it needed a better way to deliver reporting to its managers. Report building had become a distraction for the IT department, preventing it from helping other lines of business. Also, it sometimes took several days to fulfill a request for a custom report. Read how this firm achieved an 866% ROI in two months using IBM Cognos Express. Read More

Property Developer Builds Online Sales Success

Peet Limited is Australia’s largest specialist residential land developer, managing around 70 company-owned, syndicated, and joint-venture projects. Peet has significantly enhanced its Web-based property sales success rates thanks to a customer relationship management (CRM) solution hosted and supported by Zavanti. Today approximately 50 percent of all of Peet’s property sales are generated from its online CRM solution. Read More

Zavanti Talks to Village Building Company

The Village Building Company has been working with Zavanti International for more than 11 years. Both companies have grown significantly over those years; VBC has quadrupled in size, while Zavanti has expanded its products offering to a full range of enterprise resource planning solutions. Zavanti talks to VBC about their working relationship and why Zavanti has proven so important to VBC’s business growth. Read More

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The National Geographic Society’s (NGS) Genographic Project is a five-year worldwide scientific study to trace the migration of humanity across the planet. After gathering over 210,000 genetic samples, NGS faced the challenge of processing the massive amounts of data collected. Learn how NGS chose a combination of solutions that helped it gather, manage, secure, store, and analyze hundreds of thousands of genetic samples. Read More

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Continental Airlines, the world’s sixth-largest airline, has more than 3,100 daily flights throughout the Americas, Europe, and Asia. Having employees across the globe, the airline realized that training for regulatory compliance auditing and reporting is a key human capital management issue. Find out how a learning solution helped the airline use the right tools, processes, and training to achieve compliance. Read More

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