Can Do algorithms help to effectively plan work and contribute to reducing the skills shortage as the need for skills is identified at an early stage.
Can Do, a leading provider of AI-based project and resource management software, announced today that its customers can also use its solutions on Amazon Web Services (AWS), as it has become an AWS Technology Partner. In the first step, user can now run the Can Do Software on the AWS infrastructure instead of the former on-premises installation.
Can Do’s integrated AI requires significant computing power which AWS delivers. The highly scalable services of AWS ensure that even small and midsized firms can use the system cost-effectively.
Can Do adapted its architecture in order to use the AWS Services Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) and Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS) in an optimal way. Amazon EC2 is a web service that provides secure, resizable compute capacity in the cloud. The service is perfectly suited to open the web-scale cloud computing world of project management solutions as easy as possible for Can Do’s customers and partners.
“We’re convinced we’ve taken a step in the right direction by becoming an AWS Technology Partner. AWS enables us to accelerate our growth while immediately providing our customers with even more reliable standards underpinning the operation of our solutions.“
The software company Can Do helps midsized companies and groups across all industries plan their projects in the light of the availability and skills of their staff. The App-based standard software is used for staff deployment as well as basic capacity and resource planning in a multi-project management environment. It interlinks companies’ corporate strategy with their staff management and puts a particular focus on staff development. Can Do’s AI supports the user by handling complex planning situations simulating future projects in real-time. Can Do is also available on Amazon Web Services (AWS).
Can Do GmbH is based in Munich and its customers include Arvato Systems, Gothaer Versicherung, HERMA GmbH, the Oerlikon group, Salzgitter AG, Swarovski and many more.