Metlife gets closer to customers with cognitive help from IBM By using IBM Watson® to help them accomplish daunting tasks like analyzing the flow of claims data, Met Life is gaining an improved ability to compete, lead and win in the marketplace.
Transforming data into actionable insights Camposol is Peru’s leading agro-industrial company.
To help unify operations and harvest fresh business insights, it engaged IBM Services to transform their business by optimizing advanced SAP ERP and SAP HANA solutions.
Ferrovial wanted a collaborative way of working between building modelling processes and enterprise asset management systems.
Rivalry: Stiff competition among a few major players having equal strength and potential. Bargaining Power of Customers: High bargaining power because of stiff competition, and a large number of suppliers offering similar products to choose from.
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