Data silos were hindering discovery research. A new, integrated view was needed, but millions had already been spent – and lost – on the effort. That’s where we came in.
Disparate systems that rely on one another, but speak different languages, needed a “translator.” They called on ClearWave to develop a software Esperanto, if you will.
A manufacturing company needed to keep its managers on the floor to oversee operations, but the systems they used demanded that they be in their office to monitor production dynamics. Find out how we solved this conundrum.
Warehouse communications needed an overhaul to improve efficiencies and reduce errors. They called on ClearWave to help.
A global beverage company needs more warehouse capacity – without building more space. Sound impossible? Have no fear…
An institution needed their members to exchange and sync data while maintaining autonomy. Processing volume was too great for standard hardware options – and the project was on the brink of disaster.
In the wake of 9/11, a government agency needed to build seamless data interfaces in order to share information with other justice agencies. Seemed pretty straightforward – turned out it wasn’t.
When a county government outsourced its IT to one of the big global IT shops, they expected costs to be reduced and processes streamlined. Unfortunately, things didn’t turn out quite that way.
A large retailer needed to centralize its payroll system – including a collective bargaining agreement with different regional interpretations. After much handwringing, they decided to get some help.