Based in Green Bay, The Einstein Project leases specialized kits to educators; kits designed to give students hands-on learning experiences for Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM). Under the leadership of Executive Director Kelly Ellis, the non-profit impacts some 5,000 educators and 65,000 Pre-K to 8th-Grade students in Wisconsin each year. It’s a complicated operation that, by 2015, was in dire need of an inventory-system overhaul.Read Full Case Study ▼ Download Case Study
Purdue University Solved the Math and Science Kit Shipping Mysteries AND MUCH MORE! The Indiana Science, Technology,
Engineering, and Mathematics (I-STEM) Initiative out of Purdue University has been supporting K-12 education for six years. They provide hands-on science kits and materials as well as training for their teachers. They service around 2,200 teachers, send out almost 8,000 tubs, and impact over 55,000 students per year.
They are based out of Birmingham, AL with several offices worldwide. They hold an annual investor’s conference in New York for around 150-200 of their clients as well as prospective clients. For years, they’ve relied on a manual registration and check in process for the investor conference but struggled with the time it took to get attendees processed and had limited capabilities for follow-up after the eventRead Full Case Study ▼ Download Case Study
Alabama Math Science and Technology Initiative (AMSTI) based out of Montgomery, Alabama works with the State Department of Education to train and supply teachers with materials to do hands on Math and Science learning activities. With eleven regional warehouses throughout the state. Their mission is to provide all students in Grades K-12 with the knowledge and skills needed for success in the workforce and/or post secondary studies.
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At the annual American Film Market (AFM), buyers from more than 70 countries attend nearly a thousand screenings. Exhibitors need to follow up on opportunities as quickly as possible, so AFM organizers needed a way to report who attends the numerous screenings. Working with Microsoft® Gold Certified Partner 2B Solutions, AFM now has a fully functional mobile attendance tracking solution based on Windows Mobile® that allows AFM staff members to scan attendee badges and capture attendance data. As a result, exhibitors can respond faster to interested distributors. – See more at: http://2bsolutions.net/american-film-market/196/#sthash.6vbhANt6.dpufRead Full Case Study ▼ Download Case Study
The Client Services department of Atherotech had been relying on Microsoft Dynamics CRM for years to manage customer calls and work flows, as well as to order supplies and track order fulfillment. When Atherotech first reached out to 2B Solutions, it was to help Client Services optimize CRM and the company’s large database to more effectively and efficiently use the system within their department.Read Full Case Study ▼ Download Case Study
Sight Savers of Alabama’s existing system could not efficiently keep up with the increase in their patient population as their services were expanded to treat more of the underprivileged children throughout the entire state of Alabama. Sight Savers sought a web-based system to manage their patients and streamline their patient flow by automating data input and many other daily tasks.Read Full Case Study ▼ Download Case Study
They provide hands-on science kits and materials as well as training for their teachers. They service around 2,200 teachers, send out almost 8,000 tubs, and impact over 55,000 students per year. Purdue needed better control over shipping and inventory, streamlined communications to the teachers and to their sponsor, better tracking capabilities of teacher development sessions, and access to real-time data in order to report up the chain. WIMS for STEM, a customized solution developed by 2B Solutions and backed by Microsoft Dynamics® CRM was chosen and implemented. I-STEM is amazed at the insight they now have into inventory, shipping, and warehouse processes. They can check the system to see which kits are scheduled to be refurbished and can fulfill kit orders in real-time.Read Full Case Study ▼ Download Case Study
A recent expansion of Parkman & White’s practice areas and attorneys welcomed many new clients to the firm, but it also brought a multi-faceted set of challenges. With an increase in the volume and types of cases the firm was handling, and no centralized system for managing and tracking information, there were critical inefficiencies to address.
While vaccines continue to save countless lives, many people never receive this simple form of protection. To inoculate more people against diseases, clinicians need an easier, more effective way to safely store vaccines and manage inventory. Each dosage is fragile and expensive. Standard vaccines can cost $100, while biologics—vaccines used to treat people with autoimmune disorders—can cost $10,000 per dose. To avoid spoilage, most vaccines must be stored between 2º to 8º Celsius. However, the commercial refrigerators used by clinicians provide imprecise temperature controls. And because standard refrigerators require reliable electrical power, clinicians are unable to use them to store vaccines in under-developed areas. Plus, clinicians stock and access vaccines manually. This introduces inventory errors and loss due to inadvertent spoilage and theft. To overcome all these storage and inventory challenges, Weka Health Solutions envisioned a Smart Fridge solution that provides automated controls supported by the Internet of Things (IoT) and the cloud.
Weka wanted to provide clinicians with a refrigerator designed specifically to store vaccines. Not only would it include remote monitoring services that ensure vaccines are stored at the right temperature, but also its Smart Fridge would come with automated inventory management services. To bring its product to market, Weka first engaged a vendor to design a physical refrigerator that has cartridges that store each vaccine in its own slot. Each slot is at least 3 inches away from the side of the Fridge, which is required storage protocol by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. In addition, people can only stock and access vaccines through a small drawer on the front of the Smart Fridge that measures less than 8 square inches. This design protects vaccines from temperature change by minimizing the influx of warmer, outside air.Read Full Case Study ▼ Download Case Study
Microsoft Dynamics CRM and 2B Solutions is helping OCG Products run their business smoothly and efficiently while product demands change. A scalable solution such as Microsoft Dynamics CRM is exactly what April and Cherie needed to manage their successful product launches and prepare their company for consistent growth.Read Full Case Study ▼ Download Case Study