Spearheaded by Norman Kutemperor, CEO, Scientel has been in the systems design/development business since 1977 providing NoSQL DB based solutions and support for companies based in the U.S. & Canada. They have also applied advanced IT and Internet/Intranet concepts to core business operations, such as Supply Chain environments, helping companies achieve their business goals at a faster pace. The company derives its name from two words—Scientific Intelligence. “It is where Science and Intelligence converge to create synergy or in other words, it is a basic focus on logical approaches to problem-solving for various IT requirements, using the principles embodied in the Scientific Method effectively,” says Kutemperor.
Due to distinctly different methods of data models in handling structured versus unstructured data, Gensonix NoSQL DB is the single solution for both with ACID compliancy and does not need two different databases
As of today, organizations are collecting more data than ever before but are not equipped to process all of this data effectively as a result of which companies are losing out on millions in revenue.
Scientel’s Gensonix DB is an All-In-One SQL. Gensonix based solutions can take the place of SQL, NoSQL and Storage systems and can process large data sets in real-time. Its massive core based parallel solutions deliver performance in range with in-memory systems. Thus performance of Gensonix on Scientel LDWA hardware matches the performance of in-memory systems and with higher reliability. “While other large systems utilize a storage/ETL model for processing large data sets in batches, Gensonix can process single large data sets in real time. In addition to several orders of magnitude in performance, we deliver total end results in minutes rather than days,” adds Kutemperor.
One of Scientel’s customers faced processing and database reliability and inefficiencies in their supply chain operation. They were determined to change vendors as the existing system was judged unreliable. However the proprietary nature of the system locked out outside vendors from being able to convert the database. Scientel competed with major industry and solution giants and utilized unstructured data analysis to unlock the proprietary database to recover customers, transactions and inventory databases and was able to port the customer over to a NoSQL DB based solution.
In the coming days, Scientel plans to obtain funding for global marketing and to vastly grow the customer base on a national as well as international basis with development and support centers in every major hub. “We envision smaller, high efficiency, ultrafast data centers to replace large inefficient mega systems of today,” concludes Kutemperor.