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CargoSmart Uses Big Data to Transform Shipping Processes and analyzes big data events to gain competitive advantage, valuable insight and vastly improved customer service

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According to Steve Siu, CEO of CargoSmart, the shipping industry is expansive and volatile, but using big data will provide a competitive advantage and lead to industry transformation.

“We are managing big data from over 5,500 vessels covering 90% of the world’s ocean container traffic,” he says. “Our mission is to derive insights from which our customers can optimize shipment routes, lower transportation and fuel costs and reduce the risk of late arrivals.”

BNL Transfers to Digital Banking and Reduces TCO by 25 Percent

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For its new always-on, all-digital Hello bank! project, BNL’s goal was to improve customer acquisition by providing the most innovative, customer-focused banking services. The project called for implementing new technology as well as staying on top of technological innovations. There were a few obstacles. “We needed to transition from traditional, manual workflows to digital business processes,” says Federico Pastore, program manager for BNL’s TIBCO Competency Center. “We wanted to reduce costs and move from centralized back-office management to distributed management.

NXP Semiconductors Controls Margins with Spotfire Analytics

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NXP Semiconductors creates solutions that enable secure connections for a smarter world. In the semiconductor industry, constant margin improvement is a common challenge, and no different for NXP. “We have a complex sales model in which we sell our products directly to customers and also through distributor channels,” explains Liesbet Wouters, senior business process expert.

Marks and Spencer Empowers Business Analysts with Spotfire

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Retail giant Marks and Spencer wanted to empower its business analysts to learn more about the business and use that knowledge for better decision-making. “We wanted to further improve the productivity of the organization, with a particular focus on IT,” says Keith Goldthorpe, information architecture lead. “That included optimizing the number of people working on projects and improving the speed at which we could deliver solutions.”

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