AWS for Industries

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Personalizing loyalty programs for engagement in the travel and hospitality industry

The average American today participates in 14.8 different loyalty programs, and odds are you’ve participated in one, too. Some of the larger travel and hospitality loyalty programs include Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan, Hilton Honors, and Domino’s Piece of the Pie. Programs like these are popular because they work. Loyalty members generate on average 12% to […]

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Simplify seismic data management and improve decision-making using serverless solutions

Major oil and gas companies are likely to have seismic data spanning decades and consuming Petabytes (PBs) of storage. This seismic data is often stored across a variety of different storage mediums depending on operational requirements, including: Network-Attached Storage (NAS), Magnetic tapes and USB devices. This data management approach has led to seismic data duplication […]

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AWS re:Invent 2019 – Healthcare and life sciences industry recap

With over 75 launches and announcements of new services and major features during re:Invent, it can be hard for any technologist to keep track of the most relevant information for Healthcare and Life Science (HCLS) workloads. Explore the below recap of information important for HCLS customers and links to the top re:Invent breakout sessions. Top […]

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AWS re:Invent 2019: Key announcements for the Advertising and Marketing Industry

With more than 77 new service launches and other announcements, this year’s AWS re:Invent left a lot to digest—even for teams inside AWS! We’ve developed this guide to ensure customers in the advertising and marketing industry know the most relevant news from this year’s event. Of the many announcements, three stood out as game-changers for […]

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Improving customer service interactions in the hospitality industry using Amazon Connect

Have you ever experienced an issue with your flight, hotel room, or rental car while on vacation or a business trip? What’s the first thing you do? Yes, you call the company responsible. According to Hospitality Net, phone calls deliver 20% to 50% of the bookings for companies in the hospitality industry. That means that […]

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AWS and Novartis: Re-inventing pharma manufacturing

Today, AWS announced a new strategic collaboration with Novartis that will transform Novartis’ core supply chain, manufacturing, and delivery operations through the use of AWS services. For several years, many AWS partners and life science customers have been using AWS services to modernize various aspects of manufacturing and supply chain. This strategic collaboration with Novartis […]

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In the News: With machine learning, manufacturing giant 3M innovates products old and new

The below article originally appeared in WIRED. IN 1916, the Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company, or 3M, opened its first research lab, a closet-sized space in its St. Paul sandpaper factory. A series of incidents across the first 14 years of the company’s existence—one involving a shipment of sandpaper botched in transit by a spilled […]

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How AWS partners are helping transform travel and hospitality

“Technology always develops from the primitive, via the complicated, to the simple.” — Antoine de Saint-Exupéry Growth and Complexity An aviator and engineer, born 119 years ago, Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s quote left us a timeless analogy to describe how the travel and hospitality (T&H) industry transforms. The industry is big, complex and people-driven. With the […]

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Event Report: AWS Autotech Forum 2019 in Tokyo, Japan

Hello, I’m Hiroshi Okamoto, a Solutions Architect at Amazon Web Services Japan. This report will explore “AWS Autotech Forum 2019”, an automotive industry event sponsored by AWS and held in Tokyo on October 25, 2019. Have you ever imagined the combination of AWS and the automotive industry? Actually, AWS services are widely used in many […]

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Webinar: Digital Medicine 101

Technology is changing how we practice medicine. Sensors and wearables are getting smaller and cheaper, and algorithms are becoming powerful enough to predict medical outcomes. Yet despite rapid advances, healthcare lags behind other industries in truly putting these technologies to use. A major barrier to entry is the cross-disciplinary approach required to create such tools, […]

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