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AWS Retail Series: How COVID-19 has accelerated a new digitized normal for retailers

World events are accelerating change in the retail industry. As retailers operate through a global pandemic, many are rethinking all aspects of their businesses in order to prepare for the ‘new normal.’ Will consumers’ massive shift to online channels ‘stick’? If so, do existing investments in technology and IT infrastructure take into account what will […]

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Autonomous Vehicle and ADAS development on AWS Part 1: Achieving Scale

Companies focused on Autonomous Vehicle (AV) and ADAS (Advanced Driving-Assistance Systems) development require extensive computing resources to accelerate the development process and get ADS/ADAS vehicles to roads. A typical SAE L2+ company collects and stores 10s-100s of TBs of new vehicle data daily that they have to process and analyze. They need 1000s of GPUs […]

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Increasing flexibility: Capital Markets firms in the cloud adapt more quickly

In his post titled “Dealing with disruption: How financial institutions are using cloud technology to respond to COVID-19 and reshape the industry,” Scott Mullins, Head of Worldwide Financial Services Business & Market Development for AWS, discussed how COVID-19 has impacted the normal course of business in the Financial Services industry. For Capital Markets firms, scaling […]

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How payment companies are using cloud technology to respond to shifts in consumer behavior

COVID-19 has upended the way consumers interact with their financial institutions on an unprecedented scale and speed as detailed in the blog post authored by Scott Mullins, Managing Director of Worldwide Financial Services Business & Market Development for AWS, and the payments industry is no exception. The global pandemic has accelerated the growth of digital […]

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How natural language processing can uncover value from unreachable data in the modern medical ecosystem

The Dark Data Problem Up to 80% of your organization’s medical patient data is untapped, undervalued, or unused Imagine walking into a physician’s office for a checkup. As you describe some pain you’ve been having in your left knee, the doctor barely looks up from the screen as she clatters away on the keyboard, taking […]

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How lekker Energie improves customer service productivity and accessibility with Amazon Connect

When we jointly assumed responsibility at lekker in 2013, the company was deep in the red. We strategically realigned lekker to prioritize “working backwards” from our customers’ needs and this resulted in a business turnaround. Since then, customer retention has played a major role in lekker’s sustainable profitability.  While customers come to lekker because of […]

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Introduction to semiconductor design workflows on AWS

Welcome to our first Semiconductor and Electronics blog post! This post, and additional posts that are coming soon, will help AWS customers and partners stay up to date with the activities of the AWS Semiconductor and Electronics industry team, as well as give prescriptive guidance for running your semiconductor and electronics workflows on AWS. We […]

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How six AWS travel and hospitality leaders are transforming the industry

80 Years – 50 Years – 6 Years – and all ready for the future Choice Hotels has served customers for more than 80 years. Korean Air Lines is celebrating 50 years of flight. Deliveroo has been satiating diners for just a little over six years now. Executives from these travel and hospitality leaders, as […]

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AWS re:Invent 2019 – Financial services industry recap

60,000+ attendees. 3,000+ technical sessions. 75+ service launches. 50+ breakout sessions focused on Financial Services. In case you missed it or would like to re-visit content about how financial institutions are using AWS to transform their businesses and bring new ideas to market, check out this recap guide created by the Financial Services Content team. […]

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Enforcing immutability, traceability and transparency in clinical trials using Amazon Managed Blockchain

Amazon Managed Blockchain is a fully managed service that makes it easy to create and manage scalable blockchain networks using popular open source frameworks, such as Hyperledger Fabric and Ethereum. General availability of Hyperledger Fabric was announced in April 2019, with support for Ethereum coming soon. For additional details about Managed Blockchain, see What Is Amazon […]

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