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Holland Co.

Holland Co. is the world leader in flash-butt welding in railroad applications. Companies like Holland that both manufacture a product and maintain field service or construction operations face unique business and information technology challenges and have a very limited number of choices for comprehensive enterprise software.

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Hertel Group is a leading European provider of maintenance service support for industrial, commercial and manufacturing industries. Hertel needed an HR solution for effectively maintaining records of its transient workforce and also a more efficient system for accruing costs against customer accounts.

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Dairy Australia

Dairy Australia is the dairy industry’s national service company whose purpose is to enhance the sustainability, competitiveness and profitability of the Australian dairy industry. The required an integrated system in Projects, Sub Contract Management, Financials and Reporting to get a holistic view of all their projects, sub-contracts and governance associated with each case.

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British BSkyB is both the UK’s largest digital satellite television platform and the fastest growing broadband provider. Supplying equipment and services to one home in three throughout the UK, BSkyB required a Supply Chain Management solution which would simplify and improve inventory control, demand planning and purchasing.

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Babcock Pty Ltd is a leading engineering design, systems integration and support contractor specialising in the provision of engineering design services, systems integration, project management and in-house testing for Australian defence customers. To meet their forecasted growth expectations, Babcock needed an integrated solution to support the business and it’s global team.

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Skookum, a non-profit employment services contractor services both the public and private sector, including the U.S. Army on the hiring side, and disabled veterans badly in need of restoring both their pride and a paycheck. Agresso helps Skookum maintain the agility it needs to meet the changing needs of today, while planning for the organisational rapid-growth plan for tomorrow.

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Founded in 1937, Saab serves the global market with products, services and solutions ranging from military defence to civil security. Increased internationalisation, demands for a higher level of consolidation, a business system environment that represents Saab as one company, a rapid increase of cross-border projects and a growing need for reporting capabilities were some of the driving forces behind Saab’s infrastructure standardisation of business systems using Agresso.

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Det Norske Veritas (DNV)

With around 5,500 employees across 300 offices in more than 100 countries, DNV offers risk management services plus classification, certification and consultancy to organisations involved in shipping and offshore oil and gas exploration and processing. DNV took up an extensive project to implement a standardised administrative solution across the company’s 300 offices.

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Halcrow are global specialists in planning, design and management services for infrastructure development. After doubling in size since first implementing Agresso in 1999, it recently adopted a new fully-burdened costing model and completed a major restructuring of its business groups. After considering various options, Halcrow made the decision to upgrade to Agresso Business World’s Route 66 release.

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Scottish Government Advisory Board Project

In January 2009, The Scottish Government, together with Scottish Enterprise, formed a technology advisory board to research and develop a key strategy to facilitate economic growth and generate sustainable high value jobs within the Scottish economy.

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