Case Studies

Bekaert Jiangyin – China

Bekaert is a world market and technology leader in steel wire transformation and coating technologies. The Company’s ambition is to be the preferred supplier for steel wire products and solutions by continually delivering superior value to customers worldwide.

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BeiDou Navigation Satellite Systems

Launched in 2012, BeiDou System is a global navigation satellite system developed and operated by the Chinese government delivering continuous passive positioning, navigation and timing services for most of the Asia – Pacific region. In support of BeiDou’s technology evolution and business expansion, premier supplier BDstar Navigation Technology Co. Ltd constructed a new office tower in the Beijing Zhongguancun Yongfeng High-Tech Industrial Area.

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Servion Global Solutions, Chennai-India

Servion specializes in delivering cutting-edge Customer Interaction Management (CIM) solutions and applications for Contact Centers, enhancing customer interactions via the phone, internet, email, chat and social media. With more than 600 customers and over 1000 installations spread across 60 countries, Servion’s products and solutions handle more than 7 billion voice/fax/ACD/Web/e-mail interactions per year.

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Adani Ports and SEZ, Gujarat-India

Mundra Port or APSEZ-Mundra, India’s largest private port and special economic zone on the west coast of India, provides cargo handling and other value-added port services. A Special Economic Zone (SEZ) is a geographical region that is designed to export goods and provide employment. SEZs are exempt from federal laws regarding taxes, quotas, FDI-bans, labour laws and other restrictive laws in order to make the goods manufactured in the SEZ at a globally competitive price.

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Shangdong Agriculture Bank – China

Established in 1951, Shangdong Provincial Agriculture bank rapidly became one of the biggest regional banks in China. Due to the quick development and growth of the bank, data security and stability became a key challenge. Therefore, a new offsite Data Center was established, with the aim of becoming the new generation information system disaster recovery centre, data storage center as well as providing information system operations and acting as a research center.

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Belfast Metropolitan College – UK

One of Europe’s largest and most spectacular waterfront urban regeneration projects is the Titanic Quarter in Belfast, Northern Ireland. It is set to become a major social and business meeting hub with galleries, theatres, parklands and water sports all easily reached from Belfast’s city centre. The Titanic Quarter has also recently been chosen as a test site for a new cloud computing system, leading Enterprise Minister Arlene Foster to comment that this will play a major role in helping to position Northern Ireland as a worldwide center of excellence in cloud computing.

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Mahindra Vehicle Manufacturer; Future-Ready, Pune, India

Founded in 1945 as a steel trading company, Mahindra entered the automotive manufacturing in 1947 to bring the iconic Willy’s Jeep onto Indian roads. The Mahindra Group's Chakan site project was designed and built as a green-field facility to integrate the best in technology, environmental sustainability, social responsibility and operational excellence.

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Shanghai World EXPO Center – China

Nestling on the banks of the Huangpu River, this waterside Expo Center is one of Shanghai's key exhibition expo pavilions. It is a multi-functional venue that also caters to a wide range of social and corporate events. The 184 day Expo focuses on a “Better City, Better Life" and through various sub-themes, creates blueprints for future cities and harmonious urban life styles, providing an extraordinary educational and entertainment platform for visitors from across the globe. The Expo aims to achieve the greatest participation in the history of world expos, and estimates over 200 nations taking part, with a staggering 70 million visitors.

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A 21st Century makeover for Ashmolean Museum – UK

In December 2009 Oxford’s Ashmolean Museum was officially re-opened by Her Majesty the Queen following a £61 million redevelopment programme to double its display area and create 39 new galleries, an education centre, art conservation studios and Oxford’s first rooftop restaurant overlooking the dreaming spires.

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