Colibri worked with Shell, one of the world’s largest oil and gas companies, to deliver an Azure advanced analytics stack for its global lubricants business. Shell was struggling to design a solution capable of processing vast quantities of dirty data from various sources. Colibri stepped in to deliver DevOps led analytics environment capable of accelerating and prototyping a range of complex machine learning use cases.
The client – a Leading Tier 1 European Investment and Retail Bank, was creating a new digital banking app. With its enormous client base and sensitive data, the app backend is complex and requires careful planning from a DevSecOps standpoint. Coupled with a complex organization,
Colibri Digital were approached in 2015 to help a top tier consultancy grow its London based Big Data practice. We worked with a range of Fortune 500 companies across projects including Advanced Analytics (retail) Predictive Maintenance & IoT (semiconductor manufacturing) and Supply Optimisation (EU power delivery)..
Digital Taxonomy’s client base continues to grow, rapidly attracting a number of large blue chip enterprise clients – each bringing their own complex requirements. Colibri Digital were approached to undertake this review – and provide advice, designs and implement solutions to ensure Digital Taxonomy were optimally positioned for their next phase of growth.
BB2, a startup financial firm based in London, had built a new digital bank on AWS using cloud-native tech, real-time streaming data feeds and serverless components. Creativity and innovation have always been the cornerstone for BB2’s business model as the bank is keen on reinforcing this value through innovative digital and electronic banking services. The Client’s customer base is growing swiftly generating enormous data and facing a challenge in managing it.
Fendix Media, a digital media agency pride themselves with offering unrivalled digital access to the NHS, assisting trusts withdirect revenue generation through the placement of targeted adverts across the NHS intranet. Over the last couple of years,Fendix Media have grown rapidly, and now offer digital media products to almost every major NHS trust in the UK. Thisoffers potential customers access to an enormous, yet well segmented market of almost 1.5 million UK employees.
Hiscox, a leading provider and underwriter of specialist insurance services wanted a mechanism for performing real time price comparison and market intelligence against their competitors on the UK market. This would involve collecting comparable price data from a large number of competitors, storing it centrally, and visualising the results across a set of dashboards and market intelligence tools.
Regus, a leading multinational provider of white-label office space needed a new way to track the conversion of sales leads in order to optimise their sales pipeline. Currently the sales process is tracked across a multitude of in-house and third party hosted SAS systems, making it incredibly difficult to track an enquiry through from source to conversion.
Somark, a pharma tech company have spent the past two years trying to deliver an Azure cloud native application to their clients in production. Colibri were approached to perform an architecture and security review, and help push the application over the line. This included assisting with DevOps automation as well as delivering a new analytics suite to help Somark understand application utilisation.
Ageas, one of the worlds largest insurance companies processes an enormous number of daily requests of insurance quotesas well as approvals for underwriting. Sometimes exceeding 5000 requests per second, each one of these requests needs to be screened by increasingly sophisticated algorithms to ensure their validity as well as detect potential cases of insurancefraud. All of this needs to happen within a couple of seconds, failure to respond to the request for quote within a tightdeadline can result in Ageas losing the business.
Spanish Power Grid, provides critical energy and utilities for the nation. The variation in geography and weather in Spain meant that power generators need to provide stable output in many different situations, creating complex operational requirements for the company. Outages were highly undesirable and fined by the hour by the national regulator. Colibri implemented a cutting edge, real-time internet of things (IoT) analytics solution for Spanish Power Grid. We first ingested data from all power substations, tracking readings from transformers, electricity sensors, and environmental sensors.