Case Studies

A major campus within a New England state university system has been on the forefront of a major trend now unfolding in enterprises worldwide – the

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People’s Postcode Lottery, an external lottery manager raising funds for charities, solved its expansion constraints by replacing Oracle® with EDB Postgres Advanced Server from EnterpriseDB® (EDB™) to support greater scalability across multiple regions.


InMobi, one of the fastest growing global mobile advertising networks, delivers results to its partners through intelligent mobile advertising solutions. The advanced technology enables advertisers to discover their target audience on mobile Internet sites and mobile applications in a measurable manner.

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, known as Obamacare, sent U.S. states scrambling to build health insurance exchanges for individuals to purchase and manage new insurance plans. Working under time constraints, many states implemented systems based on technologies they already had in place. 

Rabobank is a global leader in food and agriculture financing and sustainability-oriented banking.

Ashnik, a leading technology consultancy in Southeast Asia, was appointed by one of Singapore’s top insurance companies to help it through a digital transformation initiative that would see it migrate an existing application to a modern platform.

A leading financial services institution in the Nordics faced a host of decisions for a major digital transformation initiative. With more than 10,000 employees working in over 20 countries to provide banking services to private and corporate customers, the company needed to respond quickly to customer requirements with new financial products. 

Organizations regularly take the opportunity to re-evaluate their relational database management system (RDBMS) when planning a hardware refresh or new virtualization strategy. One EnterpriseDB®️ (EDB™️) customer, an energy utility company located in the Midwestern United States, provides a glimpse into how infrastructure projects often lead to new DBMS decisions.

A major U.S. testing and assessment company providing services to educational institutions and government agencies worldwide was introduced to Postgres through their subsidiary’s use of open source. This testing company was focused on growth and saw an opportunity to expand in a key market, leveraging the economics and flexibility of their subsidiary’s open source Postgres solution.