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One of the world’s largest consumer brands and maker of popular men’s razor blades recently came up with a very clever and interesting way to use PIERS data for competitive intelligence.Learn More About Our Customers Success
When longtime PIERS TI customer John Yohanan, CEO / President of Gulf South Forest Products, Inc. wanted to expand his business into new markets, he didn’t consider anyone but the PIERS Enterprise team to help.Learn More About Our Customers Success
A global leader of maritime products/services tightened processes across the organization for monitoring market conditions and appending internal records. It streamlined invoicing and eliminated duplication of records by implementing unique ship/company identification numbers.Learn More About Our Customers Success
With responsibility for managing one of the world’s foremost shipping channels, this agency set out to estimate how a planned $5 billion expansion would impact its revenues. Its managers successfully predicted how the canal’s expanded capacity might transform its market share – including a 140% increase in petroleum products transit by 2017.Learn More About Our Customers Success
My teacher wants to add Bluetooth communication to the electronic project in are school. He asked me to check out the possibility. I tried googling, but I couldn't find anything I was sure about. I am looking for a chip that fulfils the following conditions: · Decodes and encodes bluetooth
Does it take a quantum leap of logic to progress from: 1) aerodynamics designed to assist a vehicle in adhering to a surface 2) ground effect vehicles e.g. the Ekranoplan 3) aircraft without "wings" e.g. the Flying Lawnmower 4) With the proper thrust and control surfaces what's preventing a supe
Researchers at SUNY Binghamton University have developed a model kidney that will serve as a drug screening tool. Assistant Professor Gretchen Mahler and Biomedical engineering alumna Courtney Sakolish Ph.D. ’16 created the reusable, multi-layered, and microfluidic device that recreates the ma