Case Studies

 

SQL Server 2012 Upgrade

Ballance Agri-Nutrients wanted to improve the performance of its critical SAP applications to better serve customers. To do that, Ballance migrated its database to Microsoft SQL Server 2012, greatly improving application performance. Employees are more productive, and the company has cut storage costs by 60 percent. Read the Ballance Case Study.
 

SQL Server Upgrade

The University of Auckland’s Cecil Web portal is an essential service for 35,000 students and staff.
To meet rising demand, the University needed to upgrade the server platform hosting the portal’s SQL Server back-end. Through an upgrade pro-cess planned by the University in association with SQL Services, the University restricted downtime to 12 minutes and allowed sufficient time to test the new environment before it went into production. Read the Auckland University Case Study.
 

Oracle to SQL Migration

Powerco had previously maintained both Oracle and SQL Server platforms and sought to simplify its IT solution and reduce total cost of ownership by consolidating database management systems. Read the Powerco Case Study.
 

Oracle Managed Service

To ensure the ongoing stability and performance of its primary concrete plant application, HW Richardson Group Ltd engaged SQL Services to carry out consulting work on its Oracle environment – the platform supporting the business-critical application. The HW Richardson Group continues to receive 24 x 7 support for its Oracle platform through a managed services contract with SQL Services. Read the HW Richardson Case Study.
 

New Zealand Trade & Enterprise
 
Before we started using SQL Services it took a number of full time staff to provide the same level of coverage. SQL Services is also available 24/7 whereas our database administration staff only covered us during the day. The changes have reduced NZTE’s database administration costs and led to a range of other benefits.
 
Richard Ashworth, Chief Technology Officer
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