National Tree Company Revamps Order Processing With Hewlett Packard Enterprise Just In Time For The Holidays
Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) today announced that the National Tree Company, a large manufacturer of artificial holiday décor, has restructured their IT infrastructure with HPE Nimble Storage dHCI for better performance when processing customer orders. National Tree Company joins a growing number of companies that have selected HPE Nimble Storage dHCI to deliver breakthrough simplicity and efficiency. In Q4 earnings results, HPE announced that HPE Nimble Storage dHCI grew revenues by 280% year-over-year.
National Tree Company is a leading importer and wholesaler of artificial holiday and outdoor decorations. With the recent introduction of an expanded product line to include year-round seasonal decorations, the family owned company was in need of a major IT infrastructure overhaul in order to keep up with customer demand. Previously a brick and mortar business, National Tree Company has been moving to an online model as part of their digital transformation initiative, lending to a high demand for a virtual desktop infrastructure, and a system that could support the company’s growth.
HPE Nimble Storage dHCI and partner PKA Tech. helped National Tree Company on its digital transformation journey, moving from mostly manual business operations, to interconnecting their warehouses and speeding up their entire printing and shipping process.
With HPE Nimble Storage dHCI, National Tree Company is now able to print and process orders as needed, in as little as 20 minutes, compared to overnight, leading to a 70 percent increase in production, and eliminating backorders. This has drastically improved the entire workflow for warehouse processing and order printing, allowing National Tree Company to get shipments out the door and to their customers faster.
The previous IBM systems National Tree Company was running restricted them to processing customer orders at a cap. Since implementing HPE Nimble Storage dHCI, a disaggregated hyperconverged infrastructure platform that overcomes the limitations of traditional infrastructure with intelligent management, easier scalability, and cloud data protection, National Tree Company software developers removed the cap, and are processing orders as they come in.