Infosys to Transform CMA CGM’s Information System

first_imgFrench shipping giant CMA CGM has signed a strategic partnership with technology company Infosys to accelerate the transformation of its information system.Under the agreement, the seven-year partnership will aim to simplify and transform CMA CGM’s IT applications and improve customer service excellence.As part of the deal, and at the request of CMA CGM, Infosys will open a center for development and innovation in Marseilles, as well as take over the CMA CGM IT development center in Dubai, allowing it to strengthen its presence in the Middle East.Additionally, Infosys will provide CMA CGM with the skills needed to maintain its applications and develop its SAP projects, and with new high value-added technologies that will improve its agility and responsiveness.As part of its ongoing digital transformation, CMA CGM will use Infosys Nia’s artificial intelligence platform and its scalable automation platform, AssistEdge, to modernize its customer service, improve the execution processes and improve its internal performance.“Innovation and digitalization are at the heart of our strategy. Our ambition is to create a competitive advantage by offering our customers state-of-the-art technologies. The partnership with Infosys is key to attaining this objective. By setting up their Center for Innovation in Marseille, CMA CGM, as well as the region, will benefit from both their expertise and their proximity,” Rodolphe Saadé, CEO, CMA CGM, said.last_img read more

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Men’s Hockey: Badgers prepare for Border Battle series against Gophers

first_imgTh University of  Wisconsin men’s hockey team (14-13-4, 8-9-3 Big Ten) will take on longtime rival University of Minnesota (16-13-1, 7-10-1 Big Ten) this weekend in Madison with games on Friday and Saturday night.Wisconsin and Minnesota are both in the latter half of the top 20 in the USCHO standings, ranked No. 17 and No. 12 respectively.  With 16 teams making the Frozen Four and only four games left in the regular season, the Badgers will need to have an impressive run to earn a spot in the tournament.The Badgers have been playing solidly of late, riding the momentum from three weeks ago when they upset No. 1 Notre Dame at a neutral site in Chicago. Since that game, Wisconsin’s only loss has been when they split their last series against University of Michigan.Men’s Hockey: Badgers take on Wolverines, enter home stretch of regular seasonThe Wisconsin Men’s Hockey Team enters February riding a three-game winning streak and preparing to face a critical point in Read…Wisconsin scores slightly more than Minnesota at 3.26 goals per game to the Gophers 3.21. Luke Kunin leads the Badgers in this category with 12 goals on the year whereas Rem Pitlick is the primary option for Minnesota with nine goals.Despite comparable offensive output, Minnesota’s defense has been significantly better, averaging almost half a point less per game at 2.47 goals to Wisconsin’s 2.9 goals.Wisconsin will be without their head coach, Tony Granato, who is off in South Korea leading the charge for the United States Olympic Team.First puck drop will be in the Kohl Center at 8 p.m. Friday night and the next game Saturday at 8 p.m. with coverage of both available on BTN Plus.last_img read more

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Over 16,500 on waiting lists at Letterkenny University Hospital

first_imgThe number of people on waiting lists for appointments at Letterkenny University Hospital at the end of July stands at 16,563. Figures from the National Treatment Purchase Fund show that over 1,200 people have been waiting more than one year for outpatient and inpatient appointments at LUH.A total of 13985 people are currently on the waiting lists for Outpatient Treatments at LUH, as of 27th July 2017 when the numbers were compiled. In the same time period, there were 2578 people waiting on inpatient treatments of various specialities in Letterkenny.Nationally, the number of people on public hospital waiting lists increased by some 9,000 in July 2017.  More than 579,891 people are currently awaiting treatment across Ireland, according to the survey.There are 1257 people waiting for a first appointment at the consultant-led Outpatient clinic for Cardiology at LUH, while 57 of those have been waiting between 12 and 15 months.Over 200 have been waiting more than 18 months for outpatient appointments at the Orthopaedics  and Urology departments, with 364 waiting over a year and a half for General Medicine consultations. Across the Saolta University Health Care Group of Hospitals in Donegal, Galway, Mayo, Roscommon and Sligo there are more than 21900 waiting on inpatient appointments and 78561 waiting on Outpatient appointments in July.  Over 16,500 on waiting lists at Letterkenny University Hospital was last modified: August 9th, 2017 by Rachel McLaughlinShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Letterkenny University Hospitalwaiting listslast_img read more

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