London, United Kingdom, April 26, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- The testing is intended to replicate exceedingly substantial transaction encumbers, well more than those anticipated at during peak hours, days, and months. The stress evaluation, conducted by TMG in collaboration with IBM in a controlled facility designed to correspond to an operational Woodlake Commodity Solutions data hub, established that as presently configured, Woodlake Commodity Solutions network has more than adequate competence and processing capability to handle the heaviest business hours during peak days and months, regardless if a data hub was to get disconnected.
In line with the bi-annual software upgrade, Woodlake Commodity Solutions concluded the enhancement of its platforms, along with implementing a series of progressive processing faculties. For this recent upgrade, Woodlake Commodity Solutions analyst programmers, system engineers and QAs have put in more than 97,000 working hours to design and integrate updates to Woodlake Commodity Solutions network. That consists of the add-on of various new currencies to the 200 for which Woodlake Commodity Solutions is presently processing. As with previous upgrades, these important system enhancements and modifications were done while the network continued to be up, making sure that clients are able to conduct their transactions.
Woodlake Commodity Solutions’ software upgrades enhance the system in critical aspects such as data security while constantly appending the technology to back the development and convolution of electronic transactions. These involves the improvement of data-dependent services that assist clients and provide added value to Woodlake Commodity Solutions services and packages, present means for the company and clients to maintain better account management, and establish higher effectiveness.