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Supplier Intelligence and Big Data in Cloud

Enterprises are adopting big data infrastructure to service Business Intelligence needs and emerging technologies to gain deeper supplier intelligence.

Our client, a global telecom major embarked on two key initiatives of transforming their solutions and replacing the legacy systems for supplier intelligence and big data management. In specific, the client wanted to achieve a 360-degree view of spend across all suppliers for each of their equipment and migrate business intelligence infrastructure to cloud-based big data infrastructure.


Resolve Tech team consisting of architects, and specialist engineers with deep expertise & experience in data engineering, big data, and data analytics have worked along with the client team in implementing new technologies for supplier intelligence and big data infrastructure. Best-fit technology stack was chosen for all the layers across the data life cycle from capture to ingesting, storage, and analytics. The team designed and implemented several solutions across the data life cycle so that all activities of all suppliers are tracked across the journey. In parallel, migrated the legacy supply chain business intelligence data & infrastructure to AWS-based scalable cloud stack. With the successful implementation of the solutions, the client was able to gain deeper insights into supplier activities and spend analytics there by realizing significant savings on supplier spend and data infrastructure.

Solution Highlights


Our client has been able to transform their solutions for supplier intelligence, spend analytics, and big data management thereby realizing both strategic & operational goals. More importantly, these new solutions and technologies laid a strong foundation for continuous improvements in line with market & business dynamics. Key benefits include:

  • Reduced spend on suppliers by getting 360-degree visibility and end-to-end tracking of all supplier activities across the journey
  • Savings in infrastructure costs by reducing operational overhead through cloud-based auto-scalable big data infrastructure
  • Reduced days-in-inventory for specific equipment by optimizing the supply chain processes and through near-accurate forecasting
  • Improved quality of equipment through better supplier selection and by taking proactive steps in tracking & improving SLAs and other operational metrics