Client Stories

Icelandic agency uses IBM Cloud to improve road quality management

Iceland is well known for its changeable weather. Clear skies can turn into icy blizzards in moments. It’s easy for people travelling on the country’s roads to underestimate the risks, which is why it’s vital that the road infrastructure is kept in good condition. Roads must be able to be cleared of snow and ice […]

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Apoteca Natura teams with IBM to help users monitor health from anywhere

Staying on top of your health is often easier said than done. There are so many things to monitor and remember. Are you getting enough exercise and sleep? Are you drinking enough water? When do you need to take your medication? What were your latest blood test results? It’s not easy to balance managing your […]

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FaceMe facilitates emotional connections powered by AI

Insurance claim? There’s an online form for that. Open a new account? Don’t call; fill in an application and email it back. Want a loan? Have a conversation with a chatbot. By going digital, businesses have increased efficiency and driven down costs, but people are wired for connection. For many businesses, emotional connection has been […]

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Comtelsat helps politicians keep broadcasts timely with IBM Aspera

Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism concluded that for half a century, traditional television news has been the most widely used, most important and most shared source of news in most countries. That is not going to change overnight, but audiences are increasingly moving away from traditional television and towards digital platforms, such as […]

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Soul Machines gives AI a human face with the help of Watson

From talking watches to AI-powered financial advisors, a world where people routinely speak to machines is shifting from science fiction to everyday reality. Artificial intelligence (AI) is no longer in the realm of academic research. It is becoming extremely useful for enterprises, especially in business functions such as customer service. Chatbots are the obvious example. […]

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Precision agriculture technology detects late blight with help from Watson

You may have heard of the Irish potato famine in the 1800s, but do you know what caused it? Late blight, which can affect both potatoes and tomatoes, is one of the most common and devastating diseases in agriculture. It was the reason for the famine that caused the death or emigration of more than […]

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TimeTrade maximizes the value of face-to-face meetings with IBM Cloud storage

Encouraging customers to interact with your business through internet portals and mobile apps is no longer just an emerging trend. It has become the dominant paradigm in today’s digital economy. For large institutions such as banks, providing online services instead of maintaining a large, fully staffed branch network seems like a no brainer, and it’s […]

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Constance Hotels, Resorts and Golf connects islands of data using IBM Cloud

As the poet John Donne once wrote, “No man is an island.” To understand an individual, you must understand them in the wider context of their relationships. The same is true of data. What you can learn from a single source of data in isolation is limited. When you combine that data with other data […]

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Medical instrument manufacturer gains speed with ERP in the cloud

Staying competitive in the manufacturing industry is tough. It’s even tougher when you’re running a small, family-owned company up against big corporations and low-cost offshore challengers. That’s why Deufel has always focused on the quality of its products: medical instruments that require surgical precision. However, as digital technologies such as automation and robotics become more […]

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Vitruvian and IBM combine to kick off soccer careers in the cloud

Soccer is one of the fastest-growing sports in Canada, and the soon-to-be-implemented You are Canada Soccer campaign aims to help turn today’s young players into the stars of tomorrow. However, to drive the growth of the sport and help players improve, there’s a desperate need to develop Canada’s soccer infrastructure. Most Canadian clubs only employ […]

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Arthritis Research UK delivers reliable virtual assistant on IBM Cloud

Around 10 million people in the United Kingdom suffer from arthritis, a painful condition that causes joint inflammation. People living with arthritis often have questions about their condition and how to manage it. Common questions include things like: Will exercise soothe the affected joints? What are the best ways to relieve pain? What can I […]

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VSO trains veterans for new-collar jobs with IBM Cloud

Every year, approximately 250,000 veterans leave the US military. Of this huge workforce, only about 10 percent are officers. Officers, who are typically older and more experienced, get out of the military and often transition right into civilian life, making very similar salaries to what they made as officers. However, many enlisted service members joined […]

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