Earlier this month, we announced that MetLife had selected MongoDB as the backend for an application called “The Wall” to provide a single view of customer data. Using MongoDB, MetLife was able to leverage data from over 70 different systems to improve customer satisfaction and reduce costs. Even more impressive is that the team at MetLife built the prototype on MongoDB in two weeks.
Interested in learning more about MetLife’s success? Here is some further reading:
- Press Release: MetLife Leapfrogs Insurance Industry with MongoDB-Powered Big Data Application
- GigaOm: The promise of better data has MetLife investing $300M in new tech
- InformationWeek: MetLife Uses NoSQL For Customer Service Breakthrough
We’re increasingly seeing customers, particularly in financial services, use MongoDB to create a single view of the customer to engage users more efficiently and increase wallet share. MetLife is a great example of this, and if you’re interested in learning more about this use case, we recently recorded a webinar on the topic as well.