Case Studies

Case Study: Cornell University Automates Data Warehouse Infrastructure – Business Intelligence Article

Cornell University is a privately endowed research university founded in 1865. Ranked in the top one percent of universities in the world, Cornell is made up of 14 colleges and schools serving roughly 22,000 students. Jeff Christen, data warehousing manager at Cornell University and adjunct faculty in Information Science, and Chris Stewart, VP and general manager, USA at WhereScape, talked with DATAVERSITY® about how Cornell dealt with the end-of-life for the primary product they used to manage their data warehouse.…

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Leveraging the Web to Empower Patients and Improve Healthcare – Online Business Article

Healthloop is a cloud-based platform that medical practitioners to engage with patients before and after admission through automated daily check-ins. When the staff at Healthloop decided it was time to upgrade their website, so it integrated across technologies and could update in real-time to capture patient feedback, they turned to Pixel Jar, a Southern California-based web development agency for assistance. Pixel Jar supports everything from self-managed websites for small businesses to large projects involving third-party integrations, and they leveraged WP Engine’s Digital…

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Case study: Integrating a million cemetery records – Business Intelligence Article

Auckland has about half a million recorded graves in 56 cemeteries, ranging from tiny burial grounds on Great Barrier Island to the sprawling 108-hectare Waikumete Cemetery. Until 2010, cemeteries were managed by four local councils, three district councils and one regional council. Then, the councils merged to form a single Auckland Council, and cemeteries management was also unified.Auckland Council engaged Stellar Consulting to scope, and then to deliver, the migration of cemetery data in a centralised SAP ERP solution. “The…

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