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Loyalty Lab delivers more value to its customers—and gets more value out of its own AWS services—by using the machine learning solution PredicSis.ai in AWS Marketplace. The company analyzes its clients’ customer data to help them better target their marketing and loyalty programs. Loyalty Lab uses PredicSis.ai on AWS to analyze data it stores in Amazon Redshift and Amazon S3.


MatchMove is a platform-as-a-service (PaaS) company providing a fully supported mobile wallet that businesses can easily integrate with their own systems or applications. In addition to four AWS core services—Amazon EC2, Amazon S3, Amazon ElastiCache, and Amazon RDS—the company uses AWS Marketplace to quickly deploy third-party software from Sophos, NGINX, and Trend Micro that enhance product performance and protects clients’ financial data. 


Using AWS, the City of Newport in Wales, UK, deployed smart city Internet of Things solutions to improve air quality, flood control, and waste management in just a few months—as opposed to the year or more it would have taken using traditional server infrastructure. Newport is a vibrant city seeking to invigorate its economy and improve quality of life for citizens and visitors using forward-thinking technology. Through AWS Marketplace, Newport licenses Davra Networks ConnecThings.io, which runs on AWS IoT.


By using AWS and ScaleArc to power its sensor ingestion services, Sixgill is able to analyze and process on average 3 TB of sensor data per day from 50 million devices. Sixgill provides a complete platform-as-a-service solution that enables unified ingestion and processing of sensor data for the rapid and uniform development of enterprise applications. Sixgill uses ScaleArc load balancing software acquired from AWS Marketplace to scale their underlying SQL Server databases and handle underlying platform challenges, subsequently enabling Sixgill to ingest and analyze sensor data more efficiently and effectively.


Using AWS Marketplace, Rent-A-Center adopted Alert Logic cloud security as a service to reduce management overhead, simplify regulatory compliance, and gain the freedom to innovate rapidly while protecting data. Rent-A-Center operates more than 3,000 stores in the United States, Mexico, and Canada, offering name-brand furniture, electronics, appliances, and computers through easy, affordable rent-to-own agreements. Rent-A-Center uses Alert Logic from AWS Marketplace for complete protection across its AWS environment, including advanced threat detection, monitoring, and alerting, fully managed 24/7 by security experts.


TechnipFMC enhances security, provisions IT services quickly, and creates a repeatable foundation for future application migrations using the AWS Service Catalog. The company offers global project management, engineering, and construction services to organizations in the energy industry. TechnipFMC will use the AWS Service Catalog to provision and deploy IT services through a central console.


Verge Health empowers more than 900 healthcare organizations to proactively protect and defend patients, caregivers, and organizations against errors, adverse events, and policy violations in order to achieve optimal quality and safety results. The Converge Platform is a comprehensive, enterprise software solution offering a secure workspace with built-in workflow for high-risk and high-liability data. With Converge, hospital systems have a cross-functional, proactive surveillance tool that is always on—highlighting issues and supporting a rapid response to any and all events.


SimplePay, based in Sydney Australia, lets businesses and consumers securely send and receive payments online or through their mobile phones. Using Riverbed SteelConnect in AWS Marketplace, SimplePay has deployed several gateways in AWS Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) to handle thousands of transactions per second — with heavy database use that must replicate and synchronize throughout the world. Watch the video to learn more.


Wiley is using AWS to give developers self-service capabilities, launch new applications in minutes instead of weeks, and enable the creation of new digital publishing platforms. The largest publisher on behalf of scholarly societies, Wiley publishes peer-reviewed scholarly research across many disciplines including science, technology, and social sciences. The company uses AWS and AWS Service Catalog to enable next-generation publishing platforms to accelerate its growth in scholarly publishing.


The healthcare division of Philips provides solutions for diagnostic, treatment and preventative care in the U.S. The division uses data to drive decisions, and when its on-premises database solutions couldn’t handle the amount of data in 37 million records, the company turned to AWS. Philips set up Attunity CloudBeam, an AWS Marketplace product for Amazon Redshift, in less than one minute to simplify, accelerate and automate data transfers to the AWS Cloud. Before AWS, the company’s fastest data transfers were 434 records per minute. Using AWS, the company transferred 37 million records in 90 minutes and can optimize large data sets within two hours.


Sage Human Capital, based in San Bruno, California, provides a cloud-based “talent-as-a-service” recruiting platform for businesses seeking to fill executive and non-executive rolls. Sage doubled its business revenue with half the staff using a solution from AWS Marketplace. The company uses TIBCO Jaspersoft, a reporting and analytics platform available in AWS Marketplace, to provide its HR clients with an analytics solution that accelerates hiring by delivering a detailed view of each stage of the job candidate pipeline.


Using AWS, Europol made its anti-ransomware website available in three days, supported 2.6 million visitors on the first day, and has supported 12 million visitors since the website’s launch. Europol, the European Union’s law-enforcement agency, assists European Union member states in their fight against international crime and terrorism. A joint effort between AWS, Intel Security, and AWS Marketplace seller Barracuda Networks helped deliver Europol’s website solution. To learn more, watch the video.


Using AWS and bitfusion.io from the AWS Marketplace, Apposphere can scale 50 to 60 percent month-over-month while keeping customer satisfaction high. Based in Austin, Texas, the Apposphere mobile app delivers real-time leads from social media channels. AWS supports Apposphere’s complete technology stack—including Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) instances, AWS Elastic Beanstalk, mobile services that support the company’s mobile app, as well as deep-learning solutions. Watch the video to learn more.


Using Nventify's Imagizer Media from AWS Marketplace, Vango can now build its digital-media products faster to generate more revenue. Located in San Francisco, CA, Vango is an online marketplace that helps art lovers find and purchase art online. Vango uses Nventify's Imagizer Media Engine for AWS to efficiently manipulate and manage images, support new interfaces in its applications, build images for its branding and digital assets, and prototype new designs.


Using AWS and HPE StormRunner, Codefresh reduces support cases by 40 percent and identifies performance degradation much earlier in the product lifecycle, allowing staff to focus on developing features, working with customers, and growing the business. Located in Mountain View, California, Codefresh is a container platform that accelerates the building, testing, and deploying of containers as applications on demand. Codefresh uses HPE StormRunner Load from AWS Marketplace as its load-testing solution.


Goodwill Industries has increased uptime for its stores, schools, and offices, can back up servers hourly, and can restore servers within moments of failure using AWS. Headquartered in Maple Shade, New Jersey, Goodwill Industries of Southern New Jersey and Philadelphia is a not-for-profit organization with a mission to put people to work and help them realize their economic potential. Goodwill uses Cloud Protection Manager by N2W Software—a seller in the AWS Marketplace—for backup and disaster recovery to protect all of its data, systems, and assets. To learn more, watch the video.


Headquartered in New York City, MakerBot is a desktop 3D-printing company with more than 100 thousand customers using its 3D printers. Additionally, MakerBot hosts an online community website with more than two million active users per month and more than 1.5 million 3D-printing projects. Using AWS Marketplace and Matillion ETL for Amazon Redshift to understand exactly what its customers need, MakerBot is able to test, innovate, and go to market faster, fulfilling its vision to become truly customer-centric. Watch the video to learn more.

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