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As a Delta Air Lines subsidiary, this oil refinery reduced the parent company’s jet fuel costs by $300 million per year and increased the efficiency/productivity of its own 40 engineers by up to 2 hours a day – saving about $600K per year. The refinery also strengthened corporate governance by ensuring compliance with safety/environmental standards.Learn More About Our Customers Success
With operations in Texas and California, this independent oil and gas company implemented a single, integrated system that enabled access to 30+ standard reports with the latest well and production info via the Web, avoiding manual processes and increasing data currency. Easily created/maintained “hands-free” data feeds saved months of development time.
One of the world’s premier semiconductor companies increased the number of cross references in its parts database from 100,000 to nearly 2 million. In doing so, the company boosted results of its parts with the lowest searches by 52 percent and helped its customers find alternatives for obsolete parts so they can avoid the need to redesign products.Learn more about our customer's success
One of the world’s largest energy companies – a Fortune 100 leader in global oil, gas and chemical markets – turned a potential business disruption into a new opportunity to drive efficiency and innovation by providing 9,000+ worldwide employees with easy access to a major catalog publication via a single online platform.Learn More About Our Customers Success
The geniuses at Google are doing life-saving work. Hear me out. Thanks to them, those of us impatiently loitering around the hostess stands at our favorite restaurants — desperately hoping that those seated will quickly shovel through their meals so that we can be seated — will no long
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My interpretation of the difference (blurry at best) between an engineer and scientist is that an engineer applies scientific principles to solve real-life problems. In my office we have people with science degrees and an engineering job title, so I'm not sure if it matters too much. https://www.sc