Zudy VINYL Scalability

Jon Pederson
CFO of the Markets Group at a media company with 10,001+ employees
We have not pressure-tested it enough. The applications that we have in it are not super heavy in terms of bandwidth and we haven't had any issues. I don't think we're pushing enough volume through the app to test the scalability. View full review »
David Hendrickson
Senior Director of IT at NXC Imaging
The scalability of VINYL is what I'm counting on. The licensing model is amazing for us, to be able to do as many apps as we can for the cost that we're paying and not have to worry about the per-user cost going up. We are planning on replacing our entire ERP platform with VINYL apps, building the things that we need that we can't buy off the shelf. View full review »
Jaquelyn Freeman
Finance Manager at a import and exporter with 51-200 employees
We have three years of data in there. It has handled it well. All our limitations, as far as data is concerned, have been related to the file size. We export things from VINYL into Excel and Excel has a maximum. We can't go over 500,000 lines. I don't think any of our scalability issues have stemmed from VINYL itself. We keep adding companies to it, and that's been no problem but we're not a huge company. We haven't had any problems with scalability. It's not a problem to add users. It's really quick. That's never caused a problem. View full review »
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GeneralI067e
General IT Clerk with 501-1,000 employees
It's pretty scalable. We're using it across a lot of different departments and it's pretty easy to throw up a new app and start working. When we add data in it very easily handles that, and we have some very large tables. It does a good job of getting information from those tables and using the information. There have been a couple of times when it timed-out but that has mostly been due to the fact that there is so much data in there. I wouldn't expect any query to be able to handle it very quickly. View full review »
Robbie Woodsum
Business Systems Analyst with 201-500 employees
The greater the amount of data we're trying to use, the more bogged down the applications will get. It does reach a point where it's very noticeable how slow the application is moving because of the amount of data it's trying to use. For example, sometimes it can be five minutes to refresh an application that's only producing some 75 PDFs. That seems a little slow. We've got another application that's producing about 230 reports - they're all pretty similar - and that can take upwards of ten to 15 minutes to process. One of the reports we have to access, it's our own fault that it takes so long to process because we've got so many data fields that we're aggregating together. But in general, the more data you're working with the slower it goes. View full review »
Scott Grabowski
Manager of Retail Technology at Brooks Brothers
VINYL is very scalable, as well. We've started off using VINYL in pilot stores in the Northeast of the United States and expanded to the full U.S. and Canada. Since then, we've actually incorporated users in the Asia/Pacific market, Europe, and we're going to be expanding to China and India as well. View full review »
Edwin Patterson
Director, Technology Management at PGT Trucking
We're about a year into using the solution. The scalability isn't something we've pushed. We're tipping our toe in the water right now but it's meeting our needs for sure. As much as we've needed to, it's scaled up to it. We can make the solution as big as we want to make it. We're not constrained by a per-user licensing cost or any of those other restrictions as I mentioned. View full review »
Sahal Laher
Head of Global Digital/Marketing Technology at a Consumer Goods with 1,001-5,000 employees
For us, it has scaled for over 6,000 users globally, and there have been no issues. View full review »
ProgrammerAnalyst11
Programmer Analyst at a manufacturing company with 1,001-5,000 employees
VINYL definitely has the capability to be scalable in the fact that it can be a reporting tool or an ETL tool or just bringing of datasets together tool. So, scalable across different solutions. View full review »
SrTeamMab6cb
Sr. Team Manager - Tour Manager Department at a leisure / travel company with 501-1,000 employees
So far, so good. I haven't seen anything that it hasn't been able to handle, but the real test will happen in November when we have several hundred people on it, adding their funds and trying to process or submit their funds. View full review »
Melinda Marks
Chief of Staff at a non-tech company with 51-200 employees
The first project we gave them, our biggest, was the problem. It wasn't able to do it but, as I said, the system we were using was too old, and they're too advanced. View full review »
Nivas Srinivasan
Senior Consultant
Scalability is on the database side, so it's not a problem. View full review »
VpOfIT4ade
VP of IT at a manufacturing company with 1,001-5,000 employees
I haven't seen any limitations to the scalability, and we have demanded a lot. Everyone at my current location has access to the product via the Intranet, about a few hundred people. View full review »
Tim Ayres
Vice President Technology at Collette
The product's evolution to this point has proven that it is becoming more scalable. We are still a small enough business that it meets our needs today, but the improvements that I have seen in Vinyl mean that we will be using this product for years. View full review »
ExecutiveDirector18
Executive Director of Management Process Automation at a healthcare company with 10,001+ employees
I think that there are concerns with the scalability of the VINYL platform, in making sure that it is secure and being able to be utilized for long periods of time without consistent maintenance. View full review »
Logistic8c49
Logistics Director of Planning and Projects at FreshDirect
It is very scalable from its licensing to design. We have not had any performance issues when scaling. I do think we may need to consider using a different server, but I don't think that is anything against Zudy. View full review »
Schedulib1d0
Scheduling Manager at a leisure / travel company with 501-1,000 employees
There have been no scalability issues. It handles a lot of stuff. It replaced two of our programs. View full review »
Bob Gilmore
IT Director at Cal-Maine Foods
This is an extremely scalable solution because it enables us to interface with all types of disparate information. So, the larger we grow, the more we can use a product like Vinyl. View full review »
AssocDir4f91
Associate Director, Commercial Systems at a pharma/biotech company with 1,001-5,000 employees
The cloud nature of the application and the licensing model have allowed us to role out new apps to an increasing number of users without any issues. View full review »
Larry Egan
Sr. Director Global Commercial Systems at a pharma/biotech company with 501-1,000 employees
No issues with scalability. View full review »
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