Intelliflo, the UK’s leading provider of web-based business management software, has invested in an enhancement to its Intelligent Office (iO) service that is delivering a 50 percent improvement in page response times for the majority of its 12,600 users.
The enhancement, which went live in June 2015, combines key innovations from the latest Microsoft database technology with flash-based, Fusion ioMemory™ PCIe application accelerators to increase application performance and thereby customer satisfaction.
The work was carried out to increase efficiency for iO users, reducing the amount of time they spend interacting with the wide range of tools and services available. As a result of the implementation, Intelliflo has been able to improve web and database application response times, as well as reduce batch processing time by as much as 90 percent.
Rob Walton, Intelliflo’s COO comments: “We recognise that advisers see the most value in spending time with their clients, not sitting in front of a computer screen, which is why we’ve invested in technology that significantly speeds up the time it takes to open different functions.
“The response from our clients to the enhanced service has been instantaneous, with many reporting positive feedback about the increased speed of delivery and commenting on how it’s saving time for them and their support staff. Delivering this improvement is just one of the ways Intelliflo continues to lead the field through innovation, enabling our clients to work with maximum efficiency.”
John Scaramuzzo, senior vice president and general manager SanDisk Enterprise Solutions says, “At SanDisk, we’re committed to providing customers with solutions that have enterprise-class storage capacity, performance, endurance and serviceability. Our Fusion ioMemory PCIe solutions can help IT managers substantially reduce the total amount of hardware, software and other equipment required to manage and run critical applications by as much as 3x or more, while helping them delight their customers with a superior experience.”