Microfinance has radically changed millions of lives across the developing world. But as these Micro Financial Institutions (MFIs) scale up to provide literally millions of loans, they must also interface with the established banking sector while operating to the same standards as conventional financial institutions.
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Worldwide energy consumption is expected to grow 53 percent between 2008 and 2035, with most of that energy being supplied by oil and gas. There was a need to optimise the ROI and existing infrastructures.
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A late entrant to the wireless telecom industry needed a plan to take market share from established competitors. In a rapidly growing market, they are forced to look at a completely new business-driven infrastructure that allows for rapid implementation and delivery of new services.
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In Egypt, the library of a major university is home to thousands of documents and manuscripts pertaining to Islamic culture dating back hundreds of years. It needed a secure way to digitally preserve and share its information with students and researchers worldwide.
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In developing markets where many citizens do not have bank accounts, moving money around can be a challenge. They needed to find an alternative way of banking while catering to the projected high transaction volume.
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