Published By: Dell EMC
Published Date: Nov 09, 2015
The webinar is an excellent resource to provide attendees with the kind of comprehensive and collaborative perspective needed when exploring the implementation of big data solutions. The real-world examples provide information that can enable better decisions for designing best-of-breed big data solutions for organizations.
Measurable business results-that's what drives companies to partner with SuccessFactors. But each customer has a unique story to tell about their path to success. In this complimentary booklet, 28 SuccessFactors customers-large to small, in a variety of industries, and from around the globe-share their processes and results.
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Solar City provides a customer testimonial detailing how Zoom was able to help reduce executive travel costs, increase efficiency, and expand nationally and internationally.
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A long-time user of SAP software, SAP for Retail solutions are the IT backbone of ULTA's operations. From real-time data to analytics, to automated back-end processes, to comprehensive employee support. ULTA is using IT to drive better, more personalized service and consistent shopping experiences. Learn how SAP helps ULTA Beauty Run Simple.
When ICRW was forced to reduce its HR headcount, the center began looking for ways to automate performance management. With the help of SuccessFactors Professional Edition Performance Management, ICRW's HR staff was able to provide better service without adding headcount.
Hear directly from VCE customers around the globe who modernized their data centers and simplified IT with the portfolio of EMC converged and hyper-converged platforms. Companies such as Fox Sports, Kimpton Hotels, and Kent State University share the stories behind a compelling transformation of their IT environments. This interactive document enables you to drill down into 17 individual company logos to unveil each customer's unique journey.
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When times get tough, people re examine old habits and brand loyalties. Consumers are more conscious about spending their hard earned money and their tastes shift dramatically as they cut back. Virgin Mobile USA was able to see exactly how their consumers were changing during the economic downturn by surveying their online community of customers. The panel brings together hundreds of customers to interact with the organization on a variety of issues. The results were so interesting that both Forbes Magazine and the Chicago Tribune wrote an article about the findings.
Kodak's community-which boasts over 2,600 members to date-has been effective in combining quantitative and qualitative research initiatives, resulting in a more comprehensive understanding of consumer behavior, trends, and demand, which the company continues to use to its advantage. In addition to evaluating existing products and marketing initiatives, it has helped to identify new product and marketing opportunities through analysis of how members shop.
Roxy, global designer, producer and distributor of clothing and accessories, needed a way to connect with teenage girls on an ongoing basis to help produce, design and advertise their clothes. Roxy decided to find style mavens – girls who are the trend setters among their peers – and instead of doing ad-hoc focus groups of 20-30, they created an online community of over 900 girls.