Sprinklr's MongoDB deployment handles more than 3 million transactions per minute.
"In the age of always-connected and empowered consumers, we're building an entirely new class of enterprise software that was designed from the ground up to solve a challenge that on one has ever faced," says Murali Swaminathan, executive vice president, Client Success and Engineering at Sprinklr. "We deal with petabytes of social data and operate at a global scale on behalf of the world's most respected brands. Working with MongoDB, we've been able to consistently take on and overcome the new and highly complex engineering hurdles necessary to meet the rapidly evolving needs of customers."
Urban Outfitters a fit for MongoDB
Meanwhile, Urban Outfitters has made MongoDB a key component of its omnichannel marketing strategy to support initiatives ranging from in-store pickup and personalization to building a seamless customer strategy.
"Most retailers today are competing with Amazon," Stirman says. "You can't compete with Amazon on price. The way you compete with Amazon is experience and loyalty to the brand. You can't do that if you don't understand your customers."
By using MongoDB as the foundation of its ecommerce platform, Stirman says Urban Outfitters can now design and release innovative apps that can support and enhance the experience of customers whether they are on their smart phones, at their desktops or browsing a catalog in a store.
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