Kathmandu, a leading retailerof outdoor gear, aimed to drivesales growth with new stores andproducts, while controlling costsand improving efficiencies in itssupply chain. Effective inventorymanagement was the key toexecuting this strategy.
Asite was founded in the UK in 2001 with a vision to offer hosted applications and solutions designed for the construction industry, and enable the country to build better, safer and more cost-effective buildings. Initially Asite focused chiefly on developing applications to streamline the process of procuring construction materials; however, it struggled to meet its profitability targets. All this changed in 2006. With a new CEO at the helm, Asite refined its strategy and set its sights firmly on growing its revenue and delivering even greater levels of business value to its extensive client base, many of which were driving large-scale, high-profile construction projects.
Aerohive Networks provides distributed Wi-Fi and routing solutions for enterprises and medium-sized companies. Aerohive’s award-winning cooperative control Wi-Fi architecture eliminates costly controllers and single points of failure. This gives its customers mission-critical reliability with granular security and policy enforcement, in addition to the ability to start small and expand without limitations.
Astoria Software is the industry’s leading developer of content management systems for dynamic product documentation. The company provides a complete end-to- end solution that includes authoring, content management, and rendering systems, delivered as an integrated on-demand solution. Astoria serves large, enterprise customers that have complex, business-critical documentation requirements. Enterprises including Texas Instruments, Siemens Medical Solutions, Jeppesen, Nokia, and multiple divisions of GE Healthcare rely on Astoria’s proven applications to manage and publish their most important dynamic content - securely, reliably, and cost-effectively.