Hari Kondlapudi

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Hari Kondlapudi is the founder and CEO of Do Systems. He is a technology enthusiast, will be found researching on crypto, and blockchain during his free time.

Recent Posts

Healthcare company in USA improved the efficiency of serving patients

Healthcare company in USA improved the efficiency of serving patients by 400%

02-05-2020    Hari Kondlapudi

About Client The client is a reputed healthcare company in the USA. They have a web-based patient registration and management system for the hospitals.  While enrolling patients, enrolling personnel won’t have access to internet conne...

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omnichannel application built using Mongo Node Angular Cordova

Data company in USA records more than 60,000+ customers with the application to discover propensity to buy

02-05-2020    Hari Kondlapudi

About Client The client is a publicly listed people’s data company in the USA. It has millions of decades-old people’s data, the data is about the people’s past and current assets, crime, phone numbers.  About Product ...

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Success Story  42 percent Improvement In Health Aggregate Platform

Simplified the expert doctors suggestions with highest accuracy for a patient's condition

01-31-2020    Hari Kondlapudi

About Client The Client is a data analytics company dedicated to improving patients' access to good healthcare and clinical trials, especially for patients with rare diseases. They wanted us to improve patient access to care by leveraging th...

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Automating the processes at a sports club in USA saved $1.4 million

Automating the processes at a sports club in USA saved $1.4 million

01-29-2020    Hari Kondlapudi

About Our Client Our client is one of the top private country clubs in Florida, USA.  It is the most fabulous resort with Golf, Tennis courts, Spa, Fitness center, Pool, and multiple restaurants.   Employing more than 100 peo...

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mongo-performance-improvement

Mongo Performance Improvement Tips

01-06-2020    Hari Kondlapudi

Secondary reads: The safest way to read consistent mongoDB data (and especially the only safe way to read consistent, non-duplicate data on sharded clusters) is to perform primary only reads. Obviously that leaves the secondaries underutilized a...

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