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FinTech FreeAgent increases agility and scalability using AWS fully-managed services

How do you maintain a lean and impactful IT operation when both your customer base and your engineering team are growing rapidly? This was the situation facing FinTech FreeAgent in 2018. In the following blog post we’ll explore how FreeAgent remained agile, while scaling their business, by adopting AWS fully-managed services. The Company U.K.-based FreeAgent […]

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Improving Safety and Logistics at Well Pads with Amazon Machine Learning Services

Introduction In remote upstream oil and gas facilities, such as well pads, energy companies frequently have various service contractors bringing in items, performing services, and removing items from the site. These facilities most often do not have permanent staff on location. It can be challenging for operators to know who is accessing the facilities. For […]

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Streamline Oil and Gas Production Operations Using JOYN Oil & Gas Production SaaS Solution

Overview Oil and gas operators are looking to eliminate inefficiencies in their production operations and field services by using innovative and cost-effective technology. For example, in the oil and gas field operations, typically most operators run a fixed route every day without being able to prioritize high-volume wells or issues that need fixing due to […]

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AI-Driven Visual Inspection of Wind Turbines Based on Drone Imaging

Introduction Keeping wind turbines operational also means keeping them well maintained. One of the steps in maintenance is regular visual inspection. Wind farm operation and maintenance companies started to utilize drones with attached cameras to perform visual inspections. According to a recent study, drone-based inspection reduces costs by up to 70% and decreases revenue lost […]

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How WNS Malkom is Redefining Less-Than-Truckload (LTL) Billing Using AWS

Most important document in less-than-truckload (LTL) is the bill of lading (BoL). This is a physical paper document between shipper and carrier acknowledging the receipt of goods for transport. A shipper is a person or company who is the supplier of commodities being shipped. A carrier is a person or company that transports goods for […]

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How Opus One Solutions is helping utilities decarbonize effectively with AWS-powered planning system

From Utility Dive’s 2020 State of the Electric Utility Survey, it’s clear that the transition to clean energy continues to be the biggest driver of sector transformation. Of the 566 utility executives and professionals surveyed around the world, 46 percent said sustainability, integration of renewable energy, and environmental concerns were most important to their business. […]

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Automating Call Detail Records transformation and costing for Amazon Chime Voice Connector

Amazon Chime Voice Connector (VC) is a pay-as-you-go service that enables companies to make and receive secure, inexpensive phone calls over the internet using standards-based Session Initiation Protocol (SIP). Amazon Chime Business Calling (BC) lets you text or call to over 100 countries, directly from the Amazon Chime client. VC and BC generate a Call Detail […]

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Genomic pathogen surveillance using Nextflow on AWS

The Centre for Genomic Pathogen Surveillance (CGPS) is based at the Wellcome Genome Campus, Cambridge and The Big Data Institute, University of Oxford in the United Kingdom. The Centre hopes to enable the linking and real-time interpretation of data globally to track pathogens and antimicrobial resistance in a cost-effective manner. Using AWS CloudFormation and AWS […]

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