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Like any other business, large or small, BP must refresh its technology platforms to keep up with new advances. This means ensuring that the latest operating system is available to all its employees, regardless of location.
Meridian Energy had already implemented a lot of sustainable ICT programs. What could the company do next to achieve global best practice and keep its leadership position as one of New Zealand’s most sustainable companies?
With over 7.5 million assets, Sydney Water was experiencing challenges in maintaining its asset infrastructure on two ageing Maximo systems (including their complex and multiple interfaces.) System support costs were high and escalating with resource/ expertise scarcity.
Much of Japan's social infrastructure was built between the 1950s and the 1970s when Japan's economy was expanding rapidly. Much of this is now ageing. The repair and maintenance of infrastructure, like expressways and water supply, is a major challenge for the country.
Fujitsu consultants worked closely with NIW in the discovery stage, establishing NIW's detailed requirements, and identifying the solution which would best meet NIW's needs, and minimise the need for costly customisations.
To address the challenges of this project, Bord Gáis formed a specialist team who together with Fujitsu, implemented a variety of Oracle Modules applying best business practices and introducing a common data model and standards within the Finance and Procurement functions.
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