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The Shaping Our Future project will be driven by forward-thinkers who share a common outlook: they see change as an opportunity, and they act on possibilities, not just react to problems. IBM is already collaborating with organisations worldwide to help make this vision a reality.
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Case Study: Digiweb (NZ)
Discover how Christchurch hosting company Digiweb gained its carbon-neutral status.
Case Study: Spotlight
Learn about the technology that helped Spotlight achieve a total business transformation.
Case Study: Kraft Foods Australia
Learn how advanced analytics allow Kraft to hear what its millions of customers are saying.
Case Study: Wendy’s (PDF, 221KB)
Learn how a business intelligence tool helps Wendy’s make better marketing decisions.
Case Study: Hallmark (PDF, 293KB)
Find out how technology gives Hallmark valuable insights into how their customers shop.
Case Study: The Royal New Zealand Foundation of the Blind (NZ)
Technology is helping the Foundation to deliver audio books to the blind. Learn more.
Case Study: WHK Cook Adam Ward Wilson (NZ)
Discover how an IT strategy brought together six of New Zealand’s largest accounting firms.
Case Study: National Research Bureau (NZ)
Find out how a simple email solution was able to transform national field research.
Case Study: Jericho (link resides outside of ibm.com)
Discover how on-demand computing can help a small company cater to its peaks and troughs.