Exym – Fusion IO Case Study

Recently one of our customers, Exym, performed a case study with Fusion IO.  Exym simplifies the process of electronic billing (EDI), documenting and managing mental health services with intuitive, cost-effective and easy-to-use web-based software.  Exym provides organizations with the benefits of a system customized to your needs without the hassle and expense of custom software. Because it’s web-based you don’t have to worry about supporting a complicated software system. The interface is intuitive and easy-to-use.  All you need is a web browser.

 

As Exym’s hosting provider, we offered the use of its SAN to increase I/O throughput and performance. We installed a Fusion ioDrive in Exym’s database server. The ioDrive is a revolutionary new solid state technology that dramatically increases bandwidth and application performance, reduces latency, and simplifies your IT infrastructure, all while slashing capital and operating costs.

 

After the addition of the Fusion-IO to Exym’s account, the following benefits appeared rather instantaneously:

• Billing processes complete on-time regardless of workload
• 18x faster job processing
• 7.5x faster queries
• Eliminated need for future performance upgrades
• Easy, non-disruptive implementation
• Performance that pays for itself

 
The Fusion-IO ioDrive is available from 160GB all the way up to 5TB. Contact us about your custom configuration.

Click here to see the full case study report between Exym & Fusion IO.

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