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The PMU migrates its Mainframe computer system ... and wins the bet!

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The PMU migrates its Mainframe computer system ... and wins the bet!

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The PMU need no introduction, but what's not generally known is that the company takes bets continuously, every day of the year. Horse races during the day, sports betting in the evening, poker games at night ... Its computer system absorbs between 4 and 8 million daily transactions and must never stop, otherwise it will lose... up to a million euros in only ten minutes.

Gain visibility thanks to shop-floor digitalization

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Gain visibility thanks to shop-floor digitalization

The Industry 4.0 booklets - Business Challenge #1

Deploying robots in a factory is not enough to succeed in a digital transformation. In order to benefit from the immense potential of Industry 4.0, the digitalization of the shop-floor is essential.

Staying in the race by accelerating time-to-market

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Staying in the race by accelerating time-to-market

The omnicommerce booklets - Business Challenge #5

From the design to commercialisation of a product, a whole year may elapse. This is far too long in a context where sales are becoming unpredictable and production has to adapt to fluctuating consumer demands in quasi real-time.

Client Voice: Algaia

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Client Voice: Algaia

A close collaboration, awarded for its efficiency and reactivity

Confronted with a new challenge linked to the acquisition of an industrial site, Algaia called on Gfi Informatique's SAP teams to implement an SAP project in 12 weeks. Sylvie Le Cossec, Administrative & Financial Director in charge of Human Resources, IT and Strategic Purchasing, talks about this fruitful collaboration, which received an SAP Quality Award.

Finding the way to Smart Mobility

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Finding the way to Smart Mobility

Booklet Gfi #SmartCities

Optimising equipment management and promoting eco-responsible modes of transport while revolutionising the user experience. The equation seems almost impossible to solve for cities. But what if new technologies could help them?