Case Studies

While RightShip had been relying on the same set of vetting tools since 2001, Rightship’s  data had become more challenging to manage and required new methods for effective analysis and extraction and to produce accurate intelligence for their clients.  Rightship turned to Altis for assistance. Read how Altis helped Rightship produce accurate intelligence.

Birmingham City University (BCU) is a complex, diverse Higher Education organisation created from mergers of diverse universities and colleges.  BCU teaches over 24,000 students from 80 countries across multiple campuses in the cityof Birmingham. Over time, the pace of producing accurate, meaningful, and intuitive performance data about the university fell below the expectations leading to several faculties and departments adopting different strategies, approaches

DP World is one of the largest marine terminal operators with more than 60 terminals across six continents, playing a vital role in the World’s  infrastructure. DP World Australia, in a partnership with three innovative technology companies, wanted to improve the efficiency of their operations by delivering real time, critical, operational information into the hands of their port staff. Partnering with Microsoft, Altis and Extended Results, DP World Australia wanted to lead a

Qantas Freight had a vision of integrating dispersed data from their global operations into a single data source and being able to track all freight movements down to each individual container on each flight to help it to cut costs and optimise performance. The challenge was to convert complex data streams into useful information for better capacity utilisation management. Qantas Freight

RightShip’s internet-accessible software enables charterers and shippers to avoid preventable accidents by evaluating and comparing risk factors such as incident history, vessel age and terminal performance feedback across individual ships and groups of vessels. It’s invaluable information for any organisation keen to manage maritime risk by identifying and eliminating substandard ships from their supply chain. In RightShip’s early days, the

The Australian National University (ANU) integrated Management Information System (iMIS) had evolved as a research performance management tool.  ANU realised that the current system would not enable the level and detail of reporting and analysis required to meet the future needs of the University.  Therefore, it was imperative to develop a new strategy, look for new and innovative ways to