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Scott Bader cuts licence costs by 40 percent ... Regaining control of compliance with IBM and Kelros

IBM Premier Business Partner Kelros helped Scott Bader consolidate multiple individual licences to a single IBM Passport Advantage® Express model.
25 Jan 2013
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PTT Public Company Limited upgrades to high performance computing ... Providing scalable performance and energy efficiency with IBM System x iDataPlex

PTT Public Company Limited, a large oil and gas company in Thailand, needed to upgrade its system used for running simulation software and needed to reduce typical simulation times. PTT deployed an IBM System x iDataPlex dx360 class server to add significant efficiency to si...
04 Sep 2012
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Dow Benelux maintains a happy workplace ... Using analytics technologies to monitor and reduce stress levels across the organisation

Working with IBM, the Dow Benelux team deployed IBM® SPSS® predictive analytics software and developed a statistical model to measure various aspects of employee stress levels. When wellbeing levels for an individual or department fall, the company invokes a sophisticated in...
13 Aug 2012
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PTTEP prepares for safe, efficient operations in the Timor Sea ... Designing automated maintenance and procurement processes to support a new FPSO

PTTEP Australasia worked with IBM Global Business Services® to implement IBM Maximo® Asset Management. SRO Solutions then deployed SRO Data Replicator (SDR), which links the Maximo instance on the company's new FPSO to a master instance at PTTEP’s head office in Perth.
05 Jul 2012
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Apache Corporation caps the information gusher ... IBM Information Lifecycle Governance software suite helps propel projects and limit risk

An independent energy company, Apache Corporation, improves its ability to search for, retrieve, and modify important business information when it engages IBM to implement IBM Information Lifecycle Governance software.
22 Jun 2012
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NuStar Energy cuts database licensing costs in half with SAP and IBM

NuStar Energy discovered that implementing IBM DB2 could save more than 50 percent in license fees alone. NuStar Energy implemented IBM DB2 version 9.7, and with both row and index compression saw data volume savings of up to 62 percent.
22 Jun 2012
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Petrobank Heavy Oil gains new insight into finance and IT processes ... Building on a cost-effective, highly automated IBM Business Analytics platform with help from Raven Bay

Petrobank worked with Raven Bay, an IBM Business Partner, to design, iteratively develop and deploy a solution based on IBM® Cognos® Express. The solution not only substantially automates financial reporting, but also provides new insights into the company’s invoicing proces...
31 Oct 2011
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Jadran Galenski Laboratorij ... By consolidating and analyzing both external market and internal planning data, this European pharma company gains a 360-degree view of its production environment, enabling it to predict and respond quickly to fluctuations and changes

By consolidating and analyzing both external market and internal planning data, this European pharma company gains a 360 degree view of its production environment, enabling it to predict and respond quickly to fluctuations and changes
16 Sep 2011
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NW Natural excels at XBRL ... Using IBM Cognos FSR to automate SEC reporting

NW Natural implemented IBM® Cognos® Financial Statement Reporting (FSR), a secure, integrated disclosure management platform which provides comprehensive governance, automation, collaboration and validation tools for narrative-rich financial reports such as the 10-Q and 10-K...
07 Sep 2011
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CHT/BEZEMA realigns worldwide group reporting and consolidation with IBM Cognos TM1

IBM® Cognos® TM1® enables uniform sales reporting, exact planning and (in collaboration with elKomKons) financial consolidation for the CHT/BEZEMA group.
05 Aug 2011

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