Category: Case Studies

by Alex Gramling

Customer Success: Staples

Staples makes it easy for consumers and businesses to shop when and how they want, with more than 1,800 stores in North America and a thriving online business. The company’s vision is to provide every product that businesses need to succeed. Headquartered outside of Boston, Staples operates throughout…

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by Alex Gramling

Customer Success: Shred-it

Shred-it provides information security services that allow businesses to comply with legislation and ensure that client, employee and confidential business information is kept secure at all times. Through strict chain-of-custody processes, reliable on-time service and a global network of 140-plus local service centers on 5 continents, Shred-it provides the most…

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by Alex Gramling

Customer Success: Shire

Founded in 1986, Shire Pharmaceuticals is a global biopharmaceutical company with major operations in the United States, United Kingdom and Switzerland. The organization is structured across three businesses—human genetic therapies, regenerative medicine, and specialty pharmaceuticals. Shire employs over 5,000 people in 29 countries, and in 2011 reported revenues…

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by Alex Gramling

Customer Success: State of Wisconsin

June 20-28, 2013, a series of record thunderstorms soaked much of Wisconsin, dousing some communities with more than a foot of rain. The resulting flooding and mudslides closed hundreds of roads, washed out culverts, damaged property, and left messy debris across the State.

After the rains subsided, State officials initially…

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by Alex Gramling

Customer Success: Prairie Material

Prairie Material owns and operates a network of ready-mix concrete plants and aggregate facilities throughout the Midwest employing 1,800 people in nearly 100 locations. The company has supplied major construction projects throughout the region, including Trump Tower Chicago, the Milwaukee Art Museum addition and the Indianapolis International Airport.…

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