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Category: Startup

Inmagine Group Migrates to AWS to Support Growth and Enhance Operational Efficiency

INMAGINE is a global creative ecosystem powered by design, technological innovation, and entrepreneurship specializing in creative content and services. The group has been in the market for over 20 years with a strong presence across the United States, Europe and Asia. In this migration case study, we will cover how 123rf.com, the flagship website of Inmagine Group, was migrated over to AWS.

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Extending the Benefits of the Cloud to Healthcare Revenue Cycle Operations

The team at Alpha Health has developed new approaches and built technology from the ground up that is purpose-built to automate revenue cycle operations for healthcare. They call their solution Unified Automation, and they built it on Amazon Web Services (AWS) for a number of reasons. Varun Ganapathi, co-founder and CTO of Alpha Health, tells us more.

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BlueVine Collaborates with AWS to Provide Small Business Relief Loans

BlueVine started its journey with AWS back in 2013 and since then has rapidly adopted more managed services as it grew and most recently using Amazon Textract to create and develop and deliver high scale, resilience, E2E solution that allows small businesses in the US to get access to Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans as part of the COVID-19 relief to its small business customers.

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Accelerate Drug Discovery in Pharma R&D with Stardog

The only way for pharmaceutical companies to counteract today’s unprecedented changes is to extract better insight from their existing data and to develop systems that allow for more rapid decision making. Making better use of data up front will help these companies access data from across silos and then more quickly decide which therapies to pursue in the drug development process.

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How to Get Started on AWS From a Dead Standstill

Want to build a database-backed website, or the backend to a mobile app? Set up a WordPress or Drupal site, or just use an Amazon S3 bucket to store files? You can do all this and much more on AWS.

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