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Qualtrics | June 21, 2022
The Qualtrics XM/OS can now be accessed locally through the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Cloud in Japan, according to Qualtrics, the leader and developer of the experience management (XM) category. Qualtrics has recently moved into a new local office to meet the increased demand from local businesses and governments utilizing the platform to improve customer and employee experiences.
Since launching in Japan in 2018, Qualtrics has rapidly expanded its local operations to assist companies like Shiseido Group, Sumitomo Mitsui Trust Bank, Fujitsu, and Lixil in capturing and understanding everything customers and employees are saying about their company and brand and acting on those insights with empathy, speed, and scale. Qualtrics helps companies, academics, and governments discover and keep consumers, as well as attract, retain, and develop people by listening to what matters most to customers and workers and then taking quick, actionable steps.
Qualtrics XM/OS is now available in Japan through the AWS Cloud, allowing companies to use the company's products locally to help them comply with key industry standards and security needs. Qualtrics' Japanese clients will benefit from the highest levels of availability, performance, and resilience through the local solution, allowing them to acquire meaningful customer and staff insights faster and more efficiently. Qualtrics' existing products in North America, Europe, and the Asia Pacific will be supplemented by the additional capabilities in Japan.
The new Qualtrics Japan offices, which cover over 19,500 square feet in the Shin-Marunouchi Building in front of Tokyo Station, are designed to support a productive hybrid work paradigm for the company's expanding staff in Japan. It is one of Qualtrics' first new offices since the pandemic, with customized spaces, technology, and processes for in-office and remote staff to promote enhanced collaboration and preferred modes of working.
"Japan is a key market for Qualtrics globally, and these latest developments reinforce our long-term commitment to the country, expanding the services, support, and expertise offered. In these uncertain times, experience management is more important than ever and Qualtrics gives Japanese organizations the ultimate advantage by helping them build deeper, personal relationships at scale to drive meaningful business outcomes," said Satoru Kumashiro, Country Manager for Qualtrics in Japan.
Qualtrics has established the Ukrainian Refugee Support Platform in collaboration with SAP to help link refugees from Ukraine with providers in Japan who can assist them before, during, and after their stay in the country. The Nippon Foundation is one of the organizations that use the platform.
Agilisium | February 04, 2022
Agilisium Consulting The Cloud Transformation & Data Analytics company headquartered in California has announced today that it has achieved Amazon Web Services (AWS) Migration Competency status. This recognition is a testimony of the work Agilisium has been undertaking, in migrating several of its clients in highly regulated industries to AWS through a foundation's first approach that accelerates modernization and refactoring of mission-critical apps.
Achieving the AWS Migration Competency differentiates Agilisium as an AWS Advanced Consulting Partner that demonstrates specialized proficiency and proven customer success with specific focus on AWS Migration Consulting with experience across all 7Rs (refactor, re-platform, repurchase, rehost, relocate, retain, and retire). The AWS partnership is a direct result of the company's continuous efforts to expand and strengthen capabilities in design, architecture, migration, deployment, and management of complex cloud architectures on the AWS cloud.
"We are thrilled to add AWS Migration Competency addition to our existing portfolio along with AWS Data & Analytics Competency and DevOps Competency. We work tirelessly to achieve AWS certifications so that our clients know, without a doubt, that they can trust Agilisium with their most complex digitalization projects. Enterprises are increasingly looking to take advantage of the agility, breadth of services and pace of innovation that AWS provides for their complex custom-built applications, which have been mostly designed over the years on different environments and need to be modernized."
Raj Babu, Founder, and CEO of Agilisium
Agilisium understands the relevance and sensitivity of data migration and customizes cloud adoption solutions for each company. It lets businesses realize the full potential of the AWS Cloud by identifying the best-fit Infrastructure for migrating workloads, modernizing existing applications, and providing continuing support for AWS workloads as needed.
Agilisium is the fastest-growing Cloud Transformation & Data Analytics Company recognized by Inc 5000 continuously 5 times in a row. Having strong expertise in Data lake solutions, Data Warehouse Engineering, Data Migration & Modernization, Data Visualization, and Cloud Optimization services Agilisium helps companies architect, build, migrate, and manage their application workloads to accelerate their journey to the agile cloud, achieve desired business outcomes, and reach new emerging global markets.
prnewswire | November 12, 2020
At the 11th Annual Mobile Broadband Forum today, Huawei's Deputy Chairman Ken Hu spoke with leaders in the telecoms and digital technology sectors about the new value that 5G can bring to different industries around the globe. As 5G is poised to transform the way we live, connect, and work, the telecoms sector is deeply invested in creating more value beyond the consumer market. Global 5G rollout is progressing quickly. As a leader in this domain, China has already seen over 600,000 base stations deployed in more than 300 cities, supporting more than 160 million 5G connections across the country. 5G services in China now deliver speeds in the hundreds of Mbps, and a wide array of 5G services have already been implemented in more than 20 domestic industries, including healthcare, ports, steel, power grids, mining, and manufacturing.