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MEDHOST expands multi-tenant cloud EHR capabilities with AWS

Authored by Bill Anderson, Chairman and CEO at MEDHOST. The content and opinions in this post are those of the third-party author and AWS is not responsible for the content or accuracy of this post.  MEDHOST has been providing enterprise information technology systems to full-service community hospitals for more than 35 years. In addition to […]

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Ericsson and AWS Partner to Support CSPs on Their Journey to Cloud BSS

Communication service providers (CSPs) are looking more and more into the cloud as a source of innovation to increase agility and efficiency at the same time. Ericsson and Amazon Web Services (AWS) are joining forces to deliver on such demand by offering the Ericsson business support systems (BSS) portfolio on AWS. There’s never been a […]

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How Artificial Intelligence Forecasting Can Help Utility Regulators Weather the COVID-19 Storm

This is a contributed blog post from Siddahartha Sachdeva, CEO of AWS partner Innowatts. The COVID-19 pandemic is transforming energy consumption and usage patterns. During the pandemic, commercial energy usage slumped 30%, whereas residential demand saw significant increase. These changes surface and illuminate challenges to utilities and regulators. As utilities manage the changing energy landscape, […]

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eCommerce

A Short History of Digital Commerce and Five Trends to Watch in the Next Decade

Although selling through computers has a long history, what we’ve come to know as ecommerce started in late 1994 with the release of Netscape Navigator, one of the original web browsers that led to widespread consumer use of the internet. Since then, ecommerce has become an ubiquitous form of shopping. It represents about 10% of […]

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Short-term Electric Load Forecasting with Amazon Forecast

Short-term Electric Load Forecasting with Amazon Forecast

Today, the majority of electric residential, commercial, and industrial (RCI) customers receive their electricity over electric distribution circuits called “feeders.” Electric distribution feeders originate at circuit breakers within a distribution substation, and serve many customers, as shown in the following graphic. To increase grid reliability, feeders are often configured to receive electricity from multiple substations, […]

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When Building Back, Put Customers First

As the travel and hospitality industry reopens, providers are focused on keeping operational costs in line and managing the complexities of hiring and training their workforce. In this moment, travel and hospitality providers must also remember the importance of being customer-obsessed. The slate has been wiped clean on customer loyalty. For most travelers and guests, […]

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How Data Mesh Technology Can Help Transform Risk, Finance, and Treasury Functions in Banks

In our last blog, How Cloud-based Data Mesh Technology Can Enable Financial Regulatory Data Collection, we set out an approach whereby financial institutions can share data with regulators in a manner that enables ongoing operational flexibility and the evolution of regulators’ data requirements. By building a regulatory data mesh from AWS Data Exchange nodes, participants […]

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ETL ingest architecture for asset management based on AWS Lambda

The finance industry is transforming with the creation of business platforms for the buy-side of wholesale finance (institutional managers), providing asset performance, risk, Solvency II compliance, and ESG scores. Such platforms can hold trillions of dollars of managed assets, and therefore mandate a high level of security and control for the exchange of asset information […]

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PGE Climate Pledge

Portland General Electric Delivers Exceptional Customer Experiences on AWS

Portland General Electric (PGE) is a regulated, investor-owned utility that has operated out of Portland, Oregon for over 130 years. It supplies electricity to 51 cities and serves approximately 900,000 customers in a service area populated by 2 million Oregonians. In 2019, PGE realized that its on-premises IT systems alone could no longer support its […]

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Executive Conversations: SEAT innovates on AWS

The automotive industry is going under a revolution. On top of the complexity of manufacturing cars and the thousands of systems required to do so, car manufacturers like SEAT,a Spanish automobile manufacturer owned by Volkswagen Group, needed to adapt to support new business opportunities brought by the electrification process, connected car and new types of […]

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