With the advances in digital business applications, isn’t it time to rethink how you integrate your applications into your IT infrastructure? From scale and agility to all-new capabilities, the cloud can help you move and grow quickly. We can help you take advantage of the cloud opportunity. To receive updates from Flint Technologies Solutions and to learn more about Apps and Infrastructure, subscribe now!
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With more than 2,100 applications, trucking company JB Hunt needed to simplify their data operations onto one platform. They didn’t want to restructure all their applications, so they found a platform that could seamlessly integrate with their existing apps. Azure made moving their on-premises infrastructure to the cloud easy. It gave them the ability to lift and shift to a modern platform. With the right help, you can do the same. Contact Flint Technologies Solutions to learn how we can help.
Customer story: Federation Internationale de Volleyball uses Dynamics 365 to digitally transform consumer marketing
When the Federation Internationale de Volleyball was looking to transform fans’ interaction with the sport, they knew they needed to go beyond a simple social media or website overhaul. They decided to embrace a full platform shift with Dynamics 365 to transform and optimize user experience, both with their organization and the sport overall.
Customer story: Rochester Institute of Technology levels the playing field with AI for students who are deaf
The National Technical Institute for the Deaf, one of nine Rochester Institute of Technology colleges, is using AI technology such as Microsoft Translator, in combination with their extensive interpretive services, to provide a quality education to all students, even those with different learning needs. NTID is showing us that when technology is combined with determination and ingenuity, anything becomes possible.
For a student who is hard of hearing, it can be difficult to communicate in class. That’s why Esam Baboukhan, the e-learning manager at the City of Westminster College (CWC), introduced Teams to facilitate the learning experience for every student, regardless of their ability to hear. Since then, Esam has seen improved student teamwork, especially with students that previously had to communicate through an interpreter. It’s one way that the modern workplace has enabled students to collaborate at CWC.