Quantifying Business Advantage: The Value of Database Selection
Can the choice of database really dictate business outcomes? Consider: A leading insurance company delivering a new application in just 3 months, after struggling for 8 years with a legacy database. A global telecoms operators accelerating time to market by 4x and improving customer experience by 10x. A Tier 1 investment bank estimating savings of $40m. What do they all have in common? They all selected MongoDB to deliver applications never previously possible. Download the white paper to learn more
Big Data Examples in Business
Despite the hype, big data is more than just a buzzword. Big data is enabling organizations to create new products, to outpace their competitors and to save tens of millions of dollars. In this paper, we begin with a description of big data and the data management landscape. Next, we describe examples of customers innovating with big data using MongoDB, the leading non-relational database, which has been a catalyst of the big data movement. Finally, given the nascent state of the market, we provide guidance to organizations selecting technologies for their big data projects.
Migrating from Oracle - How Apollo Group Evaluated MongoDB
Apollo Group was planning a strategic initiative to create a cloud-based learning management platform, and the project team knew that the existing Oracle database had neither the flexibility nor the capacity to meet their future needs. This paper shares the methodologies used to evaluate alternative technologies, and why they ended up selecting MongoDB.
Bosch Software Innovations and MongoDB: Internet of Things and Big Data
MongoDB and Bosch Software Innovations have collaborated to build a powerful Internet of Things application platform to support new IoT business models. In this white paper you will learn: New use-cases enabled by the IoT Solutions to manage devices, assets and events in an IoT platform How to overcome the 5 key data management challenges presented by the IoT
Serving the Digitally-Oriented Consumer
Today’s digitally-oriented society has created a new generation of shopper – one who lives across channels and expects personalization, perfect information, and instant gratification. These evolving consumer behaviors and expectations can be an incredible challenge for retailers, but they also represent a tremendous opportunity for leading brands to further differentiate themselves from the competition with technologies and processes that enable the omni-channel retail experience.