Peugeot - Citroen NIWA Research
Peugeot NIWA Research
Peugeot - Citroen
Peugeot required a solution to manage the Quality Assurance program for dealerships as a managed cost efficient process. Using Atlas a module was created allowing the distributor to manage a set of questions with scoring and penalties over a network of dealerships. Dealerships can self audit and provide evidence that can be uploaded per audit requirements set by the head office. The output of the survey is a customised report with summaries, comparisons, recommendations with action plans and bar graphs to suit.
NIWA Research
NIWA required the Atlas solution to store manage Terabytes of images and make available by API. Atlas also provide geo-spatial tools to facilitate searches.
Pernod Ricard - New Zealand Auckland Council
Pernod Ricard - New Zealand Auckland Council
Pernod Ricard - New Zealand
Pernod Ricard NZ required a solution to allow their Territory Managers to build wine menus and table cards through to finished PDF. Using Atlas a tool was developed allowing TMs to select from a range of printed sizes and formats, select cover graphics, upload logos and crop them, select and insert the wines from a database that included wine descriptions, to appear on the list and selected fonts, backgrounds, borders and more. The TM can produce an online quote for print complete with quantity, stock and print finishing then order the job to be printed.
A job tracker then advises all jobs in progress for the print production process which integrates four separate companies. PRNZ can assess the current spend to a point in time for a region and the percentage of their wines in a selection of wine menus. The solution is now running in Pernod Ricard Australia sister company.
Auckland Council

Atlas is used to host more that 200,000 images and documents for the council on a dedicated platform. The council also uses Atlas to assist with compliance and regulatory systems. Print ready Branded PDFs for items such as public notices and regional park signage are built within the browser by council staff, allowing image placement and cropping, all with rigorous approval processes to save both time and cost.