DPI Specialty Foods, a large sales, marketing, and logistics provider with a range of over 40,000 SKU’s in all temperature ranges, was pleased to see that business was growing but felt the impact of success as their Oracle E-Business database grew from gigabytes to terabytes. A special concern was around the volume of inventory transactions and sub-ledger accounting tables that grew exponentially. Such data growth meant slower application performance, longer report run times, increased downtime to perform system maintenance and higher storage costs.
Learn how a large food distribution company solved these challenges by implementing an Information Lifecycle Management (ILM) strategy that is:
- Drastically reducing table size of five key modules
- Keeping overall database growth under control
- Reducing the need for incremental expensive infrastructure costs
- Improving application performance and business reporting
- Meet compliance & legal requirements