Communications firms, including wireless carriers, cable and media companies, have prodigious amounts of data … on customers, networks, devices, plans and more. Powerful stuff that can be used to transform the business.
Unfortunately, this data is trapped in siloed systems, each created for a very specific business-critical purpose. What is needed, is the ability to access this data fast, organize it, and deliver it in real-time to power your customer interactions and operational decisions. And you need it this quarter without disrupting the business or the stability of your IT environment.
K2View is already helping the world’s largest communications companies with solutions tailor-made for industry use cases like:
Financial services enterprises embracing DevOps and agile methodologies need the ability to test applications and services in days, not months or years. K2View makes testing faster and less costly by quickly gathering data that may be scattered across multiple systems then automatically masking and preparing it. As a result, testing teams spend less time retrieving, preparing and maintaining test data and more time testing and releasing applications.
Introducing K2View Fabric, a platform ideally suited to help financial service companies with solutions tailor-made for use cases like:
Retail enterprises, especially brick and mortar chains with companion ecommerce presence, have prodigious amounts of data on customers, markets, marketing, inventory, stores, promotions and more. That information has the power to transform the business. But unfortunately, the data is trapped within silo-ed systems, each created for its own specific business-critical purpose.
The challenge is assembling that data from its many disparate sources and making it available fast enough to create better experiences and maximize opportunities across channels. And it’s needed NOW and without disruption to business continuity or security. And without waiting for the next IT release cycle.
Introducing K2View Fabric, a platform that’s well-suited to helping retailers and e-tailers with solutions tailor-made to the industry for use cases like:
Retail customer journeys increasingly include shoppers jumping back and forth between online search for price and availability and store visits for physical inspection, fit, customer service or immediate fulfillment. At each stage, the shopper wants gratification while expecting the retailer to know them – which is usually not fulfilled.
The shopper, having spent significant time on ecommerce websites, has to start from scratch when they walk into the store. K2View Fabric provides a means to create a seamless experience across each touch-point, even those running on entirely different systems. As a result, store staff can be more responsive, serve customers more rapidly and proactively, generate a superior customer experience and stronger brand loyalty.
Inventory is crucial to retail success…having the right products at the right time to satisfy customers who are ready to “buy now”. Large retailers who are balancing the presence and immediacy of their traditional stores with the 24/7 customer convenience of online stores are challenged to capitalize on the advantage they have in inventory across their system.
Most ERP systems lose visibility to item, size and assortment data once products are shipped to physical stores. K2View Fabric provides a better way, monitoring real-time transactions both online, in stores and between stores. This provides an accurate up-to-the-minute omni-channel inventory across the system so that stores then can serve as virtual warehouses for each other. This minimizes lost sales, abandoned carts and manual searches by clerks. Plus, it can provide the visibility needed to automatically generate rebalancing or replenishment orders when items become suddenly popular.
Retail enterprises embracing DevOps and agile methodologies need the ability to test applications and services in days, not months. K2View makes testing faster and less costly by quickly gathering data that may be scattered across multiple core systems then automatically masking and preparing it.
As a result, testing teams spend less time retrieving, preparing and maintaining test data and more time testing and releasing applications. This helps communications companies innovate with agility while preventing potential outages that could impact regulatory compliance.