To deliver on today’s consumer expectations of large product selections and expedited shipping requires a modern supply chain. Retailers and consumer goods manufacturers must be able to flawlessly deliver on billions of transactions a day for a superior customer experience. JASCI Software is a SaaS innovator leveraging AI to optimize its customers’ warehouse, inventory, orders, labor, and shipping with real-time visibility to accelerate the supply chain in the 24/7 demands of ecommerce.
Using Oracle Autonomous Transaction Processing, JASCI Software is transforming speed, reliability, and security for its customers. Order processing has improved by more than 100 times compared to the company’s previous cloud solution, with complex AI decision-making completed in milliseconds. The autonomous database improves reliability by automatically providing disaster recovery for high availability; reduces risk by eliminating human error in database admin with self-patching; and enhances security by automatically encrypting customer data. Additionally, it now has greater flexibility to instantly scale up CPU and storage capacity to accommodate seasonal and holiday spikes in demand and scale down to zero to minimize costs by charging only for what it is consumed.
“When customer experience is on the line, every second counts. You need speed, efficiency, and accuracy to deliver on your customers’ expectations. We realized [that] in order to scale, we would need to leverage a next-generation database. With Oracle Autonomous Database, we have seen order processing run in excess of 100 times faster which made us ecstatic. We can now take on a customer of any size. This empowers us and our customers to deliver their goods faster, and successfully compete in the age of next-day shipping,” said Craig Wilensky JASCI Software CEO and Cofounder.
With the world’s first self-driving database, JASCI Software’s growth and expansion opportunities—and its customers’—are limitless. Its customers are able to process twice as many orders at half the labor costs, which is critical to success in an industry where profit margins are razor-thin.