Archive for April 2, 2010

IHS Selects Kapow Platform for Automated Content Migration

Kapow Technologies, provider of Web data services for enabling real-time business, announced that IHS, a leading global source of critical information and insight, has selected the Kapow Web Data Server to ensure the most efficient and accurate content migration for its major corporate website renovation. IHS is consolidating several website properties into one, under a new Web Content Management (WCM) system. IHS chose Kapow to automate and simplify the complex process of extracting and migrating all of its legacy data to the new WCM. Thanks to Kapow Technologies’ integration with IHS’ WCM system provided by SDL Tridion, the company is able to completely and reliably automate the migration of all content without manual coding, significantly reducing costs and time to market.

“The IHS website project is a large and very important step in our online marketing strategy, and it will transform how we engage our customers as well as position us for strategic growth,” said Kevin Spiller, senior director, Website Management and Strategy, IHS. “After our extensive due diligence process, it was clear that Kapow’s successful track record of streamlining complex content migration processes and the integration with Tridion was the best option for us.”

The Kapow Web Data Server allows companies to complete enterprise-grade migrations in a fraction of the time and cost due to its robust automation capabilities. The solution’s intuitive, point-and-click Interactive Development Environment (IDE) enables surgical data extraction of all content formats, including static HTML pages, as well as cleansing and standardization of all content through its powerful data transformation functionality. In addition, Kapow Technologies’ certified connector to the SDL Tridion WCM system further speeds and eases loading of legacy data by eliminating the need for hand coding to APIs.


April 2, 2010 at 5:27 am Leave a comment

Asset Management Services Extends Contract with Oniqua

Anchorage-based Asset Management Services (AMS), a subsidiary of Advanced Supply Chain International (ASCI), announced the signing of a three-year contract extension with Oniqua Enterprise Analytics. This new contract pertains specifically to a three-tier distribution of Oniqua’s OAS-Inventory software suite by AMS, and includes North American and Caribbean distribution to the oil and gas and petrochemical industries. The contract extension follows a prior three-year distribution contract between Oniqua and AMS, wherein AMS brought significant ROI to customers in the oil and gas industry.

As a distributor for Oniqua products, AMS will install, configure and manage the OAS-Inventory software for its customers. This application delivers a tremendous return on investment by right-sizing inventory based on maintenance, inventory and procurement data, and applying leading techniques for inventory optimization. The optimization algorithm has demonstrated proven inventory reduction results of 15-25%.

“We are pleased to extend the successful relationship we have forged with AMS over the past three years,” said Oniqua CEO Andy Hill. “AMS has delivered sales wins from some of the world’s largest oil and gas organizations and proven their capability to deliver substantial savings to these customers through the implementation of our software.”

April 2, 2010 at 5:25 am Leave a comment

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