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Our client, a leading manufacturer of commercial vehicles, was facing the issue of tracking and reporting end user service requests. Syntel helped their End User Services (EUS) department automate the entire process and develop analytics for effective tracking, prioritizing and reporting.
Our client, a leading U.S. commercial vehicle manufacturer had a very limited view of device health related data. Their Network Operations Center (NOC) was using What’s up Gold (WUG) to monitor their infrastructure health, but high licensing costs meant that only a few people had access to these tools, and there were a limited number of dashboards to view data. The client’s...
A Fortune 100 U.S. insurer was experiencing high claims losses and set out to get a deeper understanding of the reasons behind them. It was essential to conduct a deep dive analysis of claim losses based on region, agency and product.
The client is a top global medical device company and a worldwide leader in home medical equipment. They were facing issues with data standardization, data duplication and data loss, since past data migrations had been handled manually. They wanted a solution to map data from their existing system to a new one without compromising quality.
Syntel has helped one of the largest home improvement chains and the second largest retailer in the U.S. achieve 95% faster customer association, enabling reduced time to market for campaigns.
Syntel helped a leading retailer of home improvement products in the U.S. to create a personalized user experience for its customers, identify duplicates, as well as decouple records, and develop a single view of the customer journey.
Syntel helped a large investment bank implement client analytics to increase their revenue and market share.
Our client, a Fortune 100 company, has the world’s largest home improvement chain and is the second largest U.S. retailer. Client wanted to eliminate manual intervention from its supply chain applications as well as enhance financial analytics. Syntel managed the client’s CIM and eliminated manual intervention.
Part of a global financial services holding company, our client is a large investment banking firm. Syntel helped the firm build a client analytics engine using the Big Data platform and machine learning algorithms. The engine helped address multiple use-cases such as analysis of client’s behavior and personalized targeting offers.
Syntel’s client is a Fortune 500 global payments, network and travel company, with a worldwide network that processes millions of merchant transactions daily, in more than 200 countries.