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O’Neal Steel modernizes their approach, increases lead quality, accelerates sales cycles

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O’Neal Steel has been providing metals services for nearly 100 years. As the largest family-owned metals service center in the country with nearly 4,000 employees, O’Neal Steel values traditional, relationship-based selling. Still, they saw that they needed to modernize their approach and utilize available data as they set out to find new customers to propel them into their next 100 years.

Reinventing Healthcare in the Digital Era

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Sutter Health is one of the nation’s leading not-for-profit networks of community-based healthcare providers, delivering stand-out care across more than 100 Northern California communities.

They were looking for an opportunity to:

  • Reduce risk and adhere to compliance and regulatory reporting requirements
  • Innovate transformative care solutions emphasizing high-quality, patient centric care through Sutter Health’s recently launched Research Development and Dissemination (RD&D)

Data and Analytics Firm Makes Data Easier to Use and More Accessible with Cloud-Based BI Solution

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Microsoft Power BI

Dun & Bradstreet (D&B) is a leading provider of commercial information and business intelligence (BI) to organizations worldwide. The company wanted to analyze and deliver data more efficiently internally and to customers. To make that happen, D&B partnered with Microsoft to implement Power BI, which gives users the ability to shape and visualize data from within Microsoft Excel. Some D&B employees and customers now have BI capabilities using familiar tools, making data easier to use and accessible to more people.

Museum exhibits increased mobility and collaboration with cloud productivity solution

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Microsoft SharePoint

A the Autry Museum in Southern California, visitors can discover the art, history and cultures of the American West. To provide museum-goers and staff with the best possible experience, the Autry sought a solution that would increase employee collaboration and reduce IT maintenance. The museum deployed Microsoft Office 365 and now takes advantage of virtually anytime, anywhere productivity, improved file management and decreased IT costs by $5,000 per year.