Infosys Technologies www.infosys.com
Green IT Implementation
Project lead: Pritam Kumar Sinha, Senior Project Manager
Project description: Infosys initiated a sustainable IT overhaul based on server consolidation, storage consolidation, blade server rollouts, and virtualization.
ERP and Analytics Initiative
Project lead: Jan Sevcik, Senior Vice President, Technology
Project description: The managed print and promotional solutions provider redeveloped its in-house production management app, tapping development tools such as Eclipse, Junit, Rake, Spring, Hibernate, and CruiseControl to serve the needs of 290 users at 21 locations.
Interactive Data Corp. www.interactivedata.com
Project lead: David Brukman, VP of Technology, Interactive Data Real-Time Services
Project description: The financial market data delivery service overhauled its client site processing infrastructure to meet the growing demands for global market data, tapping 10 Gigabit Ethernet and Dell servers to optimize the efficiency of its market data feeds.
Industry: Financial services
Inverness Medical Innovations www.invernessmedical.com
Human Resource Management Project
Project lead: Kristin Ferrara, HRIS Specialist
Project description: Having acquired several companies in the past year, Inverness sought to consolidate the disparate HR approaches and practices of more than 20 different companies into a single HRM platform, cleansing data across each company and integrating Workday HRM with several payroll, benefits, and candidate management apps.
Industry: Health care
HPC Storage Platform Project
Project lead: Eugean Hacopians, Senior Systems Engineer
Project description: IPAC has designed and is building out its multinode Exanode cluster for processing and extracting images of up to 30 million objects captured each evening as part of its Palomar Transient Factory project for identifying undiscovered objects in the night sky.
On-Demand Customer Service Platform
Project lead: Maryellen Abreu, Director of Global Technical Support
Project description: iRobot, maker of the Roomba vacuum cleaning robot, brought its previously outsourced customer service program in-house, integrating the RightNow CRM suite with the company's order management, e-commerce, and registration systems and incorporating multimedia content to improve self-service instructions for less tech-savvy customers.