ESF team went as far as helping one of our clients to change the nature of a cooler from ordinary cooling machines to self-monitoring, self-diagnosing, information-collecting, systemic thinking brand assets. The goal was to create a nuanced technology that disrupts the existing Cooler system. By filling the unwanted diagnostic and value chain gaps in traditional inventory management, our client’s product is the first of its kind in redefining integrated cooler systems.
The mortgage industry has not traditionally been the vanguard of digital adoption, particularly in data intelligence and applied machine learning. But in order to sustain and flourish, even this industry had to go through an IT transformation. Today’s key players of federal and private financial sectors require an IT infrastructure that enhances their reporting capabilities and creates structured databases to curate their volumes of data.
Because the range and scope of healthcare data can often be an overwhelming challenge to understand, analyze, and organize, ESF worked with our healthcare provider client to help them take better advantage of their data assets. It is common for mature healthcare organizations to rely on a manual output of data, but it can become an issue given the extensive nature of healthcare information and the critical role it has in saving lives. The ability to organize and process unstructured data in order to make it readily available both for patient engagement and employee productivity is crucial for our client and other healthcare organizations as well.