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Ego Pharmaceuticals Pty. Ltd
When a young chemist, Gerald Oppenheim, and his wife, Rae, a nurse, saw a need for products to restore and maintain healthy skin, they developed Ego Pine Tar Bath Solution (now Pinetarsol) in the laundry room of their suburban Melbourne home. Since then, Ego has continued to grow, researching and developing skin care products and treatments.
Up to 660 billion cigarettes consumed each year are either smuggled, counterfeited or tax evaded—causing governments to lose up to $40 billion in taxes annually. The threat of illicit tobacco trading is a growing concern, causing increased international legislation, and standards—which SAP helps British American Tobacco to meet.
Encouraging everyone to “create, play, and care”, KEEN’s mission is to create innovative, sustainable products that inspire everyone to have fun and play outdoors, while being equally passionate about making a difference in the world.
Hilti supplies the construction industry with superior products, systems, and services. To remain innovative and customer-focused, Hilti standardized core global business practices on SAP, increasing productivity and customer satisfaction.
Kennametal provides innovative, wear-resistant solutions to customers in aerospace and defense, energy, transportation, earthworks, and general engineering industries. Kennametal’s well-respected brands and global presence help customers of all sizes in virtually every geography.
In a distribution warehouse, work can stop when a product isn’t where it needs to be. That can increase costs and plague customer service. The Charmer Sunbelt Group believes it can improve business commitments and strengthen relationships with the brands it carries by using data analytics, one bottle at a time.
The Société de Transport de Montréal wanted a loyalty program that would reward customers immediately. Using rich transactional data and a network of partners, they now personalize their customer’s daily commute, suggesting opportunities for culture, sports, entertainment, and shopping.
As a result of a transformation project known as Evolution Vodafone (EVO), employees are empowered with mobile devices. Employees use their device’s camera to capture expense receipts and managers can quickly and easily approve documents and payment authorizations.
Deutscher Fussball-Bund / German Football Association (DFB)
As a soccer fan, you don’t want to miss a great ticket offer for your favorite team’s next game. Instead of looking through different promotional emails from various ticket providers, imagine receiving an email on your mobile device from DFB, tailored to your specific preferences, allowing you access to the best possible seats to the next game—that you can purchase, anywhere, anytime.
The National Basketball Association (NBA) has been generating excitement and loads of statistics ever since the first game in 1946. Today, basketball fans have instant access to the NBA’s vast database of statistics, thanks to a web site powered by the SAP HANA® platform.
Just as Anglian Water cares for their environment, they value their customers and deliver great services to the community. SAP is at the heart of Anglian Water, providing innovative solutions to help them meet their customers’ needs and make steps forward into the 21st century in a sustainable way.
Rapid global expansion is good for business. But it puts pressure on IT to provide easy access to critical data, identify market trends, and react faster to customers’ needs. Faced with this very situation, VELUX saw a window of opportunity to improve both performance and results with SAP.
Medtronic strives toward their mission of innovating for life by listening to the people who benefit from their biomedical technologies. Information technology made it easier to amass enormous amounts of valuable clinician and patient data, and left Medtronic seeking ways to best analyze it for the most meaningful conclusions.
eBay needed a better way to sift through their massive 50 petabytes of data to separate true market signals from noise. They turned to SAP HANA to improve predictability, which would allow eBay to provide key intelligence to their sellers.
The Performance Management Scorecard gives City of Boston officials and residents the ability to monitor what city agencies are doing, how well they are doing it—and pinpoint areas for their improvement.