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Featured case studies

Turning climate into capital with big data
A wind energy company is using an IBM big data solution to reduce the time to analyse petabytes of data, improving the accuracy of wind turbine placement.

Putting realtime big data to work
Marine Institute Ireland developed an information system that yields greater insight into the Galway Bay environment.

Monitoring and improving an online reputation
BBVA implemented an online tool to detect possible risks to its reputation in order to increase positive feedback and customer satisfaction.

Reducing the cost of risk
The University of California significantly improved their enterprise risk information system and enabled smarter decision making by applying Smarter Analytics.

Delivering enhanced business information to the CEO and leadership team
The Management Information Systems Dashboard at Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) is a first-of-a-kind innovation, developed specifically by IBM for enhanced business information based on cutting-edge technology.

Improving financial planning for clinical trials.
IBM worked with Bayer HealthCare Pharmaceuticals (Bayer) to integrate their clinical trial management activities with financial planning activities and created a global clinical trial planning solution, covering processes, training and technology based on IBM Cognos® Planning software.

Identifying successful offers and creating better campaigns
Chickasaw Nation Division of Commerce gained new insight into the profitability of hospitality and gaming promotions.

Using predictive analytics to fight fraud
Infinity Insurance improved fraud detection, subrogation recovery and right-tracking of claims using predictive analytics.

Increasing admission and revenues
The Cincinnati Zoo used analytics to learn more about their operations, increasing revenues, and improving customer service and loyalty.

Managing unprecedented growth of clients and data
Alameda County implemented an integrated reporting system that provides insight into performance at all levels — from the overall agency to the individual worker.