Case Studies

Teachers Credit Union

June 28th, 2011

Teachers Credit Union Eliminates Outages, Reduces Backup Windows and Meets Capacity Requirements Teachers Credit Union was founded in 1966 when a small team of like-minded individuals wanted to improve the finance options available to teachers and their families. Initially known … Continue reading

Wellington City Council – Legacy VAX & Alpha Systems

May 16th, 2011

The Challenge Most of Wellington City Council’s IT system runs in a modern Windows environment, but rate payments, an important customer-facing service, were reliant on 20 year-old VAX and Alpha systems, which were close to the end of their useful … Continue reading

Tomago case study – Using CHARON™-AXP

May 16th, 2011

The Challenge Tomago Aluminium had been running one of their key production systems on an aging DEC Alphaserver for the past eight years. While the proven software running on this OpenVMSbased system was a good functional fit, the age and … Continue reading

CHARON™-VAX Saves Millions for Trend Windows

May 16th, 2011

The Challenge – All of Trend Windows & Doors critical operating systems – including product design, manufacturing, and sales, were reliant on an aging DEC VAX 7840 VMS server released in the mid 1970s. It had reached capacity, and since … Continue reading

Fujitsu Interactive Intelligence case study

May 12th, 2011

Fujitsu General Keeps Cool with VoIP and Call Centre Deployment – In a country of weather extremes it’s no wonder that record-breaking numbers of Australian households have installed air conditioners in the past decade. It’s a trend that surveys suggest … Continue reading

Fujitsu General – Virtualisation case study

April 11th, 2011

Fujitsu General Discovers the Benefits of Virtualisation with UBS – Despite the calls from management text books for ever-greater speed, Fujitsu General (Aust.) Pty Limited understands that not all decisions should be rushed.  As one of Australia’s most successful and … Continue reading