Cost Effective Analytics through Domo to Power BI Migration

The customer is one of the oldest mutual banks in the United States and one of the largest community banks in Massachusetts. The bank offers comprehensive products and services for personal, business, and commercial banking, financial, and insurance needs.

The customer had an analytics solution in Domo but wanted to migrate to Power BI to save on licensing costs. They felt the high costs could lead to budget reallocations, potentially diverting funds away from critical areas like R&D, marketing, or personnel, and limiting the scope of operational enhancements.

Accelerated Time-to-Market through QA Automation for Large Regional Bank in the U.S.

The client is based out of Boston, Massachusetts and is one of the oldest and largest mutual banks in the United States and the largest community bank in Massachusetts.
GS Lab | GAVS architected and built an end-to-end Quality Automation Framework on Selenium designed to improve test efficiencies and lower the costs incurred due to maintenance of testing scripts in a single repository.

Business Transformation with ZIF™ for Mortgage Service Provider in the U.S.

The client is one of the largest residential mortgage service providers in the U.S., offering servicing, origination, and transaction-based services, products, and technologies to 3.4 million customers. GS Lab | GAVS implemented a cloud-based remote NOC using its proprietary AIOps Platform, Zero Incident Framework™ (ZIF™) to centralize IT operations and enable the shift from reactive to proactive IT.

Robust Security and Audit Readiness with IAM Solution for Large Financial Institution in Oman

One of the largest financial services institutions in the Sultanate of Oman with over 150 branches in the region, with 4000+ employees, and a strong presence in corporate banking, personal banking, investment banking, Islamic banking, treasury, private banking, and asset management.

GS Lab | GAVS recommended SailPoint’s IdentityIQ solution to streamline and automate their identity governance processes.