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Category: Energy

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How Genpact Enabled Procure-to-Pay Transformation for a Global Energy Giant on AWS

Procure-to-pay automation often creates data silos which cause new problems and inefficiencies. Businesses need to break down data silos for a complete picture of spending and saving enterprise-wide. It’s time to reimagine the procure-to-pay process with a data-driven and fact-based approach. Learn how Genpact and AWS helped a Fortune 500 energy giant transform its procure-to-pay business, delivering savings of over $100 million in the first year alone.

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Strengthening Sustainability by Plugging into the Efficiencies of the AWS Cloud

Wipro moved Schneider Electric’s crucial on-premises SAP system onto AWS, completely re-architecting the system for the cloud, changing the operating system, upgrading databases, and migrating terabytes of data to AWS. The partner and customer both sought a goal larger than reducing the physical data center footprint: they aimed to improve digital supply chain operations and enhance the performance of Schneider Electric’s industrial automation business.

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Introducing the AWS Energy Competency Partners

AWS is committed to supporting the global energy industry in safely meeting the energy demands of the world today, while accelerating the industry’s transition to a more balanced and sustainable energy future. The new AWS Energy Competency Program differentiates highly specialized partners who have demonstrated technical expertise and repeat customer success. These AWS Partners enable energy producers to build and operate assets efficiently and safely, while working to transition to a lower carbon world.

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Re-Architecting the Application Journey to Cloud-Native Using an AWS Services-Based API Factory Model and Jump-Start Kit

A Tech Mahindra customer had a vision for cloud adoption and API development in a multi-cloud environment. They wanted to transition all appropriate old and new applications to an event-driven architecture while moving away from trigger-based synchronization of data between the different systems. Learn about the key aspects of Tech Mahindra’s API Factory Model and how it was used for re-architecting the customer’s on-premises application to a cloud-native application.

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