CACHÉ Cuts Billing Time by Two-Thirds

New partner reaps the benefits of post-relational technology

24 April 2003 - InterSystems has announced that, following a new partnership agreement, PervasiveOne is re-engineering one of its key customer's SQL-based billing applications to run on CACHÉ post-relational database technology. PervasiveOne's CEO Vish Bajaj says that he believes that this will cut its customer's billing time by around two-thirds.

PervasiveOne is a leading technology service company specialising in mobile and wireless technology, eBusiness and advanced Internet applications, helping clients save substantial development costs by using its Offshore Development Centre in India.

Bajaj explains that PervasiveOne's move to CACHÉ was prompted when the client found it was increasingly unable to perform its high volume billing cycle on time - an issue which obviously had a serious impact on its business. "Our technical team began to evaluate CACHÉ and came to recognise that it offered one of the highest performances available," he adds.

CACHÉ combines object, SQL and multidimensional technologies. "The development of high performance applications need the best of both object and relational technologies," explains InterSystems managing director, Graham Frost. "They need a fast, scalable and reliable post-relational database, such as CACHÉ that works seamlessly with both objects and SQL."

Bajaj confirms that PervasiveOne now intends to use CACHÉ to help develop a proprietary SMS messaging application, which it plans to market globally.

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