In 2008 the company Gilgen Logistics implemented in the project REMA the system for loos-shipments and collecting cases. Part of the project was area computers, which communicate via the JMS-technology with the host system.
As part of a modernization of the JMS provider was the replacement of the host system, which means that the connected field computer need to be revised. At the same time performance optimizations and structural adjustments were provided in the area of the sorting plan.
To support internal development, Gilgen outsourced a part of the contract externally to mbc-engineering. The development carried out closely with the internal team and was made with C# and Oracle as a JMS provider. Through various measures, the processing speed of the sorting plan could reduce to 5% of the original time.