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Case Study for Vienna Tourist Board

»Fujitsu was very committed to this project and always did its best to give us the best solution possible. What’s more, the work was completed without budget overruns, a fact which made a very good impression on our executive management.«
– Reinhard Gustavik, IT Team Manager, Vienna Tourist Board (WienTourismus)



“Vienna, now or never” – in 2011 alone, more than 5.2 million people followed this slogan and discovered the heritage, culture and excitement that distinguish Austria’s capital city on the Danube. Vienna is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world. And the Vienna Tourist Board (WienTourismus) makes every effort to ensure that the city maintains its international reputation as an attractive and cosmopolitan metropolis. Read further…







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Case Study for Lombardia Informatica

Our organization is continually changing and the virtualized environments guarantee flexibility and fast development times impossible to obtain in other ways.
– Paolo Fornasari, Technologies and Services Director, Lombardia Informatica.



Lombardia Informatica is the operating entity of the Lombardy Region which deals with all the region’s IT demand and supply activities. The company plays a pivotal role between the demand of the public administration body, the supply of the information & communication technology market and the individuals/businesses using the services. In the last financial year (2010) it handled business worth approximately 200 million euros and, in terms of production and management capacity, this enabled it to become the leading “captive” IT company in Italy. About 60% of Lombardia Informatica’s turnover comes from the market through public calls for tender. Find out more about Lombardia Informatica










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Case Study on Il Sole 24 Ore

We decided to turn to NetApp, who in our opinion are the best on the market, particularly for their SAN and NAS solutions. The partnership with Fujitsu also guarantees us the best in server technology.
– Salvatore Petrucci, DTI – System Architect, Il Sole 24 ORE



The 24 ORE Group is the leading Italian multimedia publishing group operating in the economic, financial, professional, and cultural information sector and is a major benchmark in the world of economicsand finance, with 140 publications and more than 2,000 employees. Today, the Group’s informative offerings include the news agency Radiocor, the radio station Radio 24, and the web portal www.ilsole24ore.com, which was completely redesigned in May 2010.






The Challenge: Spurred by the deployment of the new online portal, Il Sole 24 ORE found it needed to implement a new IT infrastructure in a short time frame – just two months – to be able to ensure a continuous supply of services to online and mobile users, as well as an efficient process for managing and backing up data. The new Il Sole 24 ORE portal consists of more than 120,000 pages and occupies 100 GB of space…
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Case Study on Fish’n N Fuel’n

Currently owned by John and Alice Domelow and managed by Dale Brooker, Fish’n N Fuel’n is a one-stop-shop for fishing, snorkeling, watersports and boating as well as petrol, bait, ice and general store merchandise. Fishing and snorkeling equipment is available to buy or hire and fishing trips can be organised. The friendly staff are also happy to help with information about Magnetic Island and suggestions of things to see and do. Click here to learn more..






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Case Study on 1770 Larc! Tours

1770 LARC! Tours is owned and operated by the Mergard family in the historic township of 1770. They specialise in amphibious tours of local wildlife and areas of high conservation value within the Eurimbula National Park and surrounding marine environments of Bustard Bay and Middle Island. Over the years the team have built on the uniqueness of its tour operations by creating a business culture around sustainability. Their passionate owners Neil and Katherine Mergard have become local champions in Seventeen Seventy for their commitment to sustainability. Click here for 1770 Larc! Tours










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Case Study for Agnes Water Tavern

Agnes Water Tavern first became aware of the Sustainable Regions Program whilst attending a local meeting with the Discovery Coast Tourism Commission Inc. (local business association). Reflecting on their day to day operations and daily patronage, management saw an opportunity to improve overall business efficiency and cost saving. A key issue for the tavern has been a reduction in the volume of waste going to landfill. To better manage its waste stream the tavern prioritised cardboard and glass bottle recycling given the large volume of supplier packaging from the pub and the adjacent bottle shop. View further..







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Case Study for Criterion Hotela

In December 2007 Sue and Stuart Adams took over the then 92 year old Finch Hatton Criterion Hotel & Pub. Under the new management, the old building of the hotel has undergone some changes towards a more environmentally friendly premise. Sue and Stuart’s first step in becoming more sustainable was to build their own knowledge on possible sustainability measures for their hotel. The next step was a range of energy saving measures, such as changing inefficient light bulbs and upgrades to the refrigeration system. Learn more about Criterion Hotel







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Case Study for Lincare Holdings Inc

Challenges: The market for home respiratory services and equipment was fragmented, and Lincare’s management believed that there was significant potential for expansion through both internal growth and acquisition. Kelly led a team to seek capital from financial partners who were willing to fund not just current operations, but also future growth. “We knew that an acquisition strategy could make Lincare a bigger, more dynamic company. It would also help set the stage for an eventual IPO,” says Kelly. View further on Lincare Holdings Inc










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Case Study for Jamba!

Challenges: Still, the Samwers knew that Jamba! required access to both European and U.S. markets to maintain growth, and they were interested in realizing value through a public offering or strategic sale. They chose Summit Partners to help them continue Jamba!’s growth and to provide a global perspective on exit opportunities.






Solutions: In 2003, Summit Partners recapitalized Jamba! in a $40 million transaction, taking a majority ownership position. Summit then helped Jamba! increase its value by providing guidance at the board level, improving the company’s systems and controls, and helping expand its geographic reach from within Germany to across Europe. Meanwhile, Jamba!’s subscriber base increased from several hundred thousand to several million customers—making it the world’s second-largest subscription-based mobile community. Read further on Jamba!






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Case Study about Embraer

Sybase iAnywhere operates in a cluster environment, permits the creation of self-related tables and has an excellent cost/benefit ratio.
– Antonio Espeschit, Embraer Computerized Systems Engineer.



Brazil’s Embraer is a world leader in the manufacturing of commercial jets with up to 110 seats. The company adopted Sybase iAnywhere’s SQL Anywhere as its In-Flight Test Engineering Database Manager. “In-Flight Test Engineering is responsible for carrying out tests on aircraft prototypes to ensure that the final product meets the customer’s and our own engineering specifications, and most of all, safety requirements,” says Sérgio Duarte Penna, Embraer Computerized Systems engineer.






With the introduction of each new family of aircraft, Embraer’s In-Flight Test Engineering group needs to carry out hundreds of tests in Brazil and abroad. In each test, thousands of parameters such as altitude, speed and temperature are measured and analyzed by a team of engineers to meet demanding certification requirements. With successful testing, each country’s certifying entity then approves the sale and operation of specific Embraer jets for their jurisdiction. Learn more about Embraer






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