London, United Kingdom, April 20, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- The new OS improves the transaction processing capacity of its platforms making Woodlake Commodity Solutions’ OS one of the most advanced OS in the industry highly capable of handling simultaneous transactions globally. The OS is particularly created for radical high volume and high accessibility, and for swift expansion required to cater to excessive peak stages or spikes in transaction processing. Woodlake Commodity Solutions’ TMG collaborated with IBM and incorporated major OS aspects to achieve smooth integration with Woodlake’s platforms, payment systems, and other related automated processes.
"The adeptness to make available a business dais that delivers a foreseeable and vibrant milieu for amplified transaction quantity is vital to business success," said Dennis Astor, project head. "Woodlake Commodity Solutions has set the benchmark of forthcoming transactions processing by employing the dependability and security of the new mainframe and the strength of the new OS to link a continuous increase in clients and transactions.”
The new OS is a 64-bit operating system that enables more data to be processed at once and conduct more intricate processing tasks in milliseconds. Essentially, this leads the way for Woodlake Commodity Solutions to render innovative, data-demanding applications such as advanced counterfeit evaluations, internet payments and other services. Together with this integrated processing configuration in combination with the new OS, Woodlake Commodity Solutions is able to make available a wide selection of data laden services, and enhancing the firm’s adeptness to uncover and avert fraud close to real-time.