CGS Technology Services has partnered with SCAD Software to provide businesses with a complete solution to address their Application Modernization challenge.
SCAD Software brings its software development expertise in application modernization, while CGS Technology Services provides the necessary cloud-based infrastructure and a highly competent team who will manage the end-to-end process to support the modernization programme.
Shaun Orpen, CEO of SCAD Software, commented: “The strength and expertise of CGS complements our unique approach to software development. Together we can offer clients a fast, high-value, lower-risk modernization solution.”
One of the key benefits of this partnership is the ability to provide businesses with a seamless transition to the cloud, particularly for companies looking to increase the pace of modernization. With the help of CGS Technology Services, SCAD Software can help businesses to adopt cloud-based solutions that are scalable, flexible, and secure. This allows businesses to take advantage of the benefits of cloud computing, such as reduced costs, improved efficiency, and increased agility.
Another benefit of the partnership is the ability to provide businesses with a comprehensive modernization solution that covers all aspects of the process. From assessment and planning to implementation and ongoing support, the partnership provides businesses with a full-service solution to help them address their Application Modernization challenge. Delivering solutions that will support the business process of today and tomorrow is the ultimate goal. Simply delivering a modern technology platform that supports yesterday’s business process does not deliver the return that businesses require from this transformation.
Roger Brown, Managing Director of CGS commented: “We are excited to be working with SCAD Software. There is a real opportunity for a new and innovative approach to the traditional large IT Systems Houses in this market”. For more information on CGS, please visit: CGS website
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