AWS for Industries

Category: Best Practices

How restaurants are augmenting data to drive insights

The restaurant industry (restaurants, catering, and food service distribution), is experiencing massive change, including the need to adopt dynamic business models such as delivery, pickup, and contactless service. At the same time, competition, labor costs, and consumer expectations are greater than ever. This environment creates an opportunity for organizations to augment existing data with third-party […]

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PathSpot: Enabling handwashing hygiene, innovation, and insights

  PathSpot provides the travel and hospitality industry a hygiene management system designed to protect businesses and their customers from contaminants and ensure effective and frequent handwashing. PathSpot has raised over $10M in venture funding to date, most recently a $6.5M Series A led by Valor Siren Ventures. PathSpot has been featured as one of […]

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Make the most of AWS re:Invent 2020 – Travel and Hospitality Industry Guide

            — AWS re:Invent is always one of the most exciting and important technology events of the year and this year, several sessions will be must-sees for travel and hospitality executives. AWS re:Invent routinely fills several Las Vegas venues with standing-room only crowds, but this year we are bringing it […]

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How casino companies can progress in the face of disruption

This post is authored by Jihwan Ko who served as an MBA intern for the AWS Travel and Hospitality team with a focus on the casino segment. — As with nearly every other industry around the world, the global pandemic has adversely affected all segments of the travel and hospitality business. In the casino-resort segment, […]

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OpenJaw and AWS help ANA prepare for take off

This post is authored by Brian Lewis, CTO of OpenJaw Technologies. — OpenJaw was founded in 2002, after which we followed what could be considered a traditional trajectory for any early 2000s travel tech solution provider. It developed software and secured customers who then ran those solutions in data centres managed by themselves or their […]

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Approving AWS services for GxP workloads

In this blog post, we describe the first step of a process for qualifying AWS services for use as part of GxP workloads, sometimes referred to in the industry as “whitelisting” services. AWS customers with GxP compliance requirements might want to control access to the AWS services their developers use. During the supplier assessment of […]

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Transform New Product Introduction (NPI) with AWS to reduce cycle times and increase innovation throughput

Introduction Welcome to our first Hi-Tech / Electronics blog post! This post begins a series of industry-focused blogs that present an AWS perspective and customer stories on how critical enterprise functions are being transformed using AWS. We are a globally distributed industry team, dedicated to helping customers around the world reinvent themselves, to accelerate their […]

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Secure collaboration with Altium on AWS

Introduction A forecast from International Data Corporate (IDC), a global market intelligence firm, predicts that by 2025 there will 55.9 billion connected devices, or “Internet of Things (IOT)”, worldwide. With these new devices, the need for Printed Circuit Board (PCB) design software will continue to grow. However, just having the right tools in the hands […]

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Manufacturing Resiliency: Best practices for ensuring continued operations

Introduction Have you started looking for ways to let your employees work from home while continuing operations? This blog describes two best practices for addressing your immediate needs, while ensuring employee safety. With the need to move to essential only staffing, restrictions on travel and staff proximity, and quarantines within the workforce, a growing number […]

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Re-thinking the Fine Dining experience

In previous blog posts I have shared insights, inspiration, and customer success stories from restaurants and catering/contract food service organizations. The majority of the observations have come from the Quick Service Restaurant (QSR), Fast/Quick Casual and Casual Dining segments of the industry. As a result, I have received many ‘playful’ comments from Fine Dining establishments. […]

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