RealDecoy takes the lead in the Caribbean with MongoDB

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June 14, 2019

Continuing our tradition of leadership, RealDecoy has been named the leading MongoDB re-seller in the Caribbean!

With a long-standing culture of mastering best-in-class market technologies, RealDecoy has become a regional leader in one of the most in-demand databases on the market: MongoDB

What is MongoDB?

MongoDB is a scalable NoSQL database that has rapidly become one of the most popular databases available today. It provides flexibility, control, speed, and performance. Across industries, top-tier companies are benefitting from MongoDB’s capabilities: among its many users are Nokia, Gap, AstraZeneca, Sega, eBay, Business Insider, Verizon, Squarespace, the Royal Bank of Scotland and Adobe.

 

The database for modern applications

RealDecoy is a registered member of the MongoDB global partner program, with a team of certified in-house experts. Our reseller status is industry recognition of our ability to offer complementary technology solutions and cutting-edge enterprise software.

It’s particularly good to consider MongoDB  for: 

  • Product catalogs 
  • Content Management Systems 
  • Social networking sites 
  • Systems that are likely to scale or grow over time

 

See us in New York!

Our team will be attending MongoDB World 2019 on June 17-19. Look for the ducks and come say hi to the team!

 

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