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VMware Virtual Desktop Infrastructure Connects Bell Canada for Optimized Customer Care

Published By: VMware Dell     Published Date: Jul 02, 2008
Bell Canada began an initiative to provide desktop solutions at reduced costs. With 8,000 call center agents, Bell Canada faced hardware attrition and rising costs. Streamlining systems, facilitating outsourcing and increasing capabilities to telecommute would reduce costs while improving service. This would require creating customized workstations for users. Bell Canada approached VMware Partner CGI Group Inc., which provides end-to-end IT and business process services, for a solution.
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vmware, call center, virtualization, virtual machine, virtual workstation, telecom, bell canada, call center software
    
VMware Dell

How Predictive Operational Analytics Help Manage Physical and Virtual Assets

Published By: IBM     Published Date: Aug 08, 2012
With tight budgets, it isn't easy to create the operational dexterity needed to thrive in a competitive marketplace. View this demo to find out how IBM® SPSS® solutions for predictive operational analytics help manage physical and virtual assets, maintain infrastructure and capital equipment, and improve the efficiency of people and processes. By using your existing business information, IBM SPSS software can help you: predict and prevent equipment failures that can lead to disruptive, costly downtime; quickly identify and resolve product quality issues to mitigate risks and reduce warranty costs; optimize product assortment planning to increase revenue, reduce working capital requirements and improve the return on inventory investments; and act to retain your best employees by developing predictive attrition models to identify the workers at greatest risk of leaving the organization.
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ibm, technology, predictive operational analytics, spss, business analytics, business intelligence, business management, application integration
    
IBM

Simply Smarter Office

Published By: Plantronics     Published Date: Oct 18, 2013
Trends in the modern work provide organisations the opportunity to rationalise their real estate and optimise their work space for Smarter Working. Plantronics and our partners provide a comprehensive set of tools to help organisation transform their workspace. Plantronics Audio devices and software are essential tools in the new Simply Smarter Office.
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plantronics, communications experience, smarter working, working off-site, productive virtual collaboration, f2f encounters, reduce attrition, optimal working environment
    
Plantronics

Steve’s Guide to Collaboration

Published By: Plantronics     Published Date: Oct 18, 2013
Maximize the effectiveness of collaboration. As teams become ever more dispersed, organisations need to think about more than technology to ensure collaboration is successful. With employees now separated much more by time and distance, a range of communication tools are being used by enterprises to keep everyone connected.
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plantronics, communications experience, smarter working, working off-site, productive virtual collaboration, f2f encounters, reduce attrition, optimal working environment
    
Plantronics

The Social Imperative in Workforce Skills Development

Published By: IBM     Published Date: Sep 30, 2013
Using social technologies, organizations can develop a workforce development program where employees can develop skills on the job by collaborating with experts and sharing tacit knowledge. This white paper shows how organizations that develop a social learning program can improve employee engagement, reduce attrition and decrease the amount of time employees waste searching for expertise and information.
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workforce, workforce management, social business, social learning environment, social learning, social technologies, skills development, employee retention
    
IBM

Accelerate Deep Learning with a Modern Data Platform

Published By: Pure Storage     Published Date: Jul 03, 2019
Financial services businesses face unprecedented market challenges. Disruption from Fintech firms, increased local and international regulation, geo- political upheavals and wavering customer loyalty. The need to fully understand the market, to innovate, to reduce costs and be more competitive has never been greater, and this is where AI can help. According to one fintech research company, by 2030 the financial services sector could reduce operational costs using AI, by as much as 22%. It suggests that will equate to around $1 trillion in efficiencies. So, from a purely operational point of view, doing nothing is not really an option for companies that want to remain competitive. Today, financial services firms across the board need to rejuvenate customer experience to protect against client attrition, and protect those customers against risk. While data analysis and visualization are key to making sense of data, the fundamental challenge for all businesses is building an infrastructur
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