Chateaux built a refreshed data warehouse solution to improve our client’s ability to see, access, and act on their data. In the third and final installment of our three-part success story series, we look at how Chateaux’s Data Management Team used Azure Cloud, Azure Data Factory, Azure SQL Server, and Power BI to solve data accessibility and reporting issues.
A brand-new Broker Portal web app has breathed new life into our client’s equipment leasing and financing lifecycle. In Part 2 of our success story series, we will explore how Chateaux used microservice architecture to eliminate productivity roadblocks and reduce overhead using Azure serverless functions built in .NET framework using C#.
Our client improved their equipment leasing and financing lifecycle by combining the power of microservices, data warehousing, and ecommerce technologies into one slick UI. In this installment of our three-part success story series, we'll look at how Chateaux's Digital Transformation Team built a web app that uses visualizations and custom assets built with React.js and webpack to optimize the business flow.
CERES Coin’s innovative financial infrastructure for the legal cannabis industry offers a B2B marketplace for approved organizations to buy and sell products using the SEC-qualified CERES stablecoin. Their blockchain-based ecommerce application, built on Hyperledger fabric, architected with microservices, and designed with React.js and KendoUI, is ready to disrupt this burgeoning sector.
Disparate data sources and disconnected data streams created inconsistent insight visibility for our client. Thanks to a new process workflow created using Azure Data Factory and connected APIs from the client’s data acquisition apps, the client can now analyze reliable, trustworthy information in Power BI.
Our higher ed client was unable to quickly and easily answer complex queries about their giving data. Using a combination of Azure Data Factory, Slate, and Tableau, they are now able to easily gain insights through a streamlined, low-code solution implemented by Chateaux.
Homeowner Safety Valve’s redesigned ecommerce website allows customers to fulfill their buying journey online and provides business users with deeper analytics, cleaner data, and mechanisms to promote customer growth.
Leading specialty food distributor’s business intelligence (BI) team adopted a faster, updated platform to analyze sales cycle data. Accurate, near real-time reports allow sales and fulfillment teams to focus on customer needs with confidence.
The client, New Jersey’s Largest Healthcare Provider, based in Marlton, NJ, provides comprehensive health care services to over 1,500 businesses. They are also a leader in maternal and child health services, delivering nearly 8,000 babies a year. The healthcare provider’s business intelligence (BI) group adopted a sleek, updated platform to confidently analyze and transact patient data. By ensuring accurate data can be submitted efficiently, the institution can focus on enhancing patient experience rather than resolving IT burdens.
Using SAP BusinessObjects, Chateaux designed an analytics and visualizations solution that allows our client to pull data from numerous source systems and produce a more accurate view of the health of the business.