Discover Nexoid, a highly scalable ERP solution with customization at its heart. Our approach champions transparency and eradicates supplier dependence, thanks to our use of uncompiled code. Plus, Nexoid harnesses AWS Lambda's serverless architecture, ensuring efficient performance and eliminating processing bottlenecks, truly embodying scalability beyond mere server capacity.
Nexoid was originally conceived and designed as a multi-purpose ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) solution with a special focus on scalability from the ground up. By scalability, we refer to not only the traditional concepts of server capabilities and hosting infrastructure but also the ability to seamlessly integrate, expand, and manage Nexoid within your company's unique digital ecosystem. The design philosophy behind Nexoid is to create a solution that molds itself according to the demands and dynamics of your business.
Many ERP solutions in the market rely on compiled code, often cited as a strategy for stability and speed. However, the use of such code often creates an unwanted layer of obfuscation. This often ties customers in an undesired tether with their original supplier, as it becomes challenging to make modifications or understand the underlying functionalities of the system.
Contrary to this, at Nexoid, we place a high value on transparency and freedom. Our solution is built on uncompiled code, providing our customers with an unprecedented level of understanding and control over how a business process operates. Furthermore, it also allows our users to alter or replace existing processes according to their evolving needs. This approach significantly diminishes the dependency on the initial solution provider, thus liberating our customers from an unwanted long-term bond.
Moreover, Nexoid leverages cutting-edge serverless architecture. Unlike traditional systems with specific web application servers and database servers, we utilize AWS Lambda—a vast pool of processing servers ideal for small jobs. Whenever a Nexoid function is called upon, an AWS Lambda instance activates, runs the process, and then shuts down. This effectively provides each user with their own personal server, eliminating processing bottlenecks. In a scenario where a million users log in simultaneously, a million Lambda servers would activate to handle the processing.
To learn more about our high-speed technical architecture, please visit our dedicated AWS technology page.