AWS for Industries

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Network Analytics Architecture on AWS

A Modern and Simple Approach to Address CSP’s Network Performance Analytics Challenges Using AWS

Communication service providers (CSPs) are looking for an agile network analytics solution allowing them to gain insight of their network performance while their networks evolve. Network elements are constantly introduced and upgraded to new software releases, introducing new services that provide additional data points to integrate into their network analytics solution. CSPs want to have […]

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Lessons from Leaders: Retail Digital Transformation in Germany

Germany, a Powerful Force in Retail In 2020, retail revenue in Germany was estimated to be $820 billion. According to Deloitte’s Global Powers of Retailing 2020 study, four of the top 20 largest retailers in the world are German companies: Schwarz Group (Lidl), Aldi, Edeka, and Rewe. And among the 250 largest retailers, 20 are […]

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Adaptive Analytics in Retail: Influencing Shopper Behaviors and Engagement

No retailer would ever question the importance of data in daily operations. The evolution of operational data in retail decision making—from batch reporting to decision support to business intelligence systems—has been quite profound. Today, adaptive analytic platforms are driving industry innovation so retailers can: Detect critical business signals. Derive the current meaning and predictive insights […]

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AWS for Industrial – Making it easy for customers to scale their industrial workloads on AWS

Increasingly, industrial customers across asset intensive industries such as manufacturing, energy, mining, transportation, and agriculture are leveraging new digital technologies to drive faster and more informed decisions in their industrial operations. ‘AWS for Industrial’ is a new initiative that features new and existing services and solutions from AWS and our Partners, which are built specifically […]

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Defining the digital model for convenience retailing

The very definition of convenience retailing is an experience of access and ease for shoppers. There’s no ambiguity. The experience must be convenient, period. And the convenience store, or c-store, market is huge. In 2019, 3.1% of the US GDP resulted from $647.8 billion in combined in-store and fuel sales at c-stores. With nearly 153,000 […]

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Planning for recovery: 5 trends to watch in travel and hospitality’s new normal

Previously, we have discussed how organizations have been stabilizing operations by aggressively optimizing costs, leveraging technology to support remote working, contact centers and ensuring both workforces and customers are safe. This is a complex and involved situation: ensuring maintaining a viable business, whilst balancing people and services, especially without a clear view of how and […]

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