MIP have helped thousands of customers to connect, analyse, visualise and persist their data. Here are the stories of just a few of our customers who we have helped to succeed.
Hunter Douglas is considered “the world’s leading maker of window blinds and coverings”. It has been a successful worldwide business for decades.
“CFO, Peter Hughes, explains:” – Red has unlocked a huge amount of data. The value of that is infinite.
Hear more about how WhereScape RED helped a CFO gain valuable insights to the information locked within his JD Edwards ERP system
Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta
Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta gains valuable insights into schooling outcomes with MIP
Chief Information Officer Raju Varanasi explains: – “MIP is a valuable partner who has helped us ensure that we can extract maximum value from all our data sources.”
Download the complete case study to find out how MIP have helped Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta gain valuable insights from their data.
A leading Australian telecommunications company has been serving a growing customer base with a portfolio of products including fixed-line and mobile networks as well as broadband internet services for more than 30 years.
As well as its nationwide networks and supporting infrastructure, the company operates a series of retail stores which incorporate product showrooms and provide access to technical and customer support staff.
Download the case study to find out MIP have helped a leading telecommunications company understand and connect with their customers.
Indago Digital tames rising data volumes with MIP
Sales and Marketing Director Tom Sadler explains: -“We were facing an increasing battle when it came to efficiently managing large data sets and turning them into valuable insights for our clients.”
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Super Fund transforms reporting and testing capabilities with MIP
Chief Information Officer and Executive Manager Member and Employer Services Clare Tam explains: – “MIP is very responsive and easy to work with. It’s clear that they understood our challenges and were able to provide the tools and guidance we needed to overcome them”
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Bill Inmon father of Data Warehousing
Bill Inmon endorses MIP and our Agile Approach to Data Warehousing & Business Intelligence. Bill Inmon is a computer scientist, recognized by many as the father of the data warehouse. Bill Inmon has become the most prolific and well-known author worldwide in the data warehousing and business intelligence arena.
Mental health organisation, Neami National, transforms their data analytics capabilities with MIP.
Senior Manager Information, Communications and Technology Senior Manager, Steven Petrenko explains: – “MIP offered a great depth of knowledge in this analytics space. We could see that we were talking to people who had a tremendous amount of experience dealing with data and using it to tell a story”
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First Data Corporation is a global payment processing company headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, United States. First Data is a provider of electronic commerce and payment solutions.
“IT Manager, Richard Ridge, explains: – “After 38 iterations of the business requirements, we knew we needed a new approach. Not only had the process taken months, there was a clear risk that if we proceeded to a full build, the business users would not be happy with the results.”
Richard was aware of WhereScape RED’s reputation for supporting an Agile approach to Data Warehouse and Business Intelligence projects. He saw this as key to reaching a shared understanding between business users and the development team.
“Using WhereScape RED, the MIP team produced a fully functioning prototype within a week”, Richard recalls.
For the first time the users knew what they wanted—because they could see it in action.”