Businesses have traditionally run on two types of technology platforms, analytical and transactional. But neither was designed to handle the increasingly complex sequence of real-time interactions required by today’s business applications. As a result, leading businesses are quickly moving toward a new third kind of platform – the “system of engagement” – especially for their customer-facing apps.
In this whitepaper, IDC shares their study of the business value of Couchbase’s system of engagement – the NoSQL Engagement Database. After analyzing seven organizations across six industries, IDC found that Couchbase customers experienced, on average:
● $67,487 in benefits per year per Couchbase database ● 274% five-year ROI ● 7 month time to payback ● 19% faster new development cycles ● 40% faster response times ● $5.41M in additional revenue per year ● 37% more efficient database management
IDC provides in-depth analysis of their Engagement Database study along with an overview of the fast-growing dynamic data management systems (DDMS) market that Couchbase belongs to.