BusinessWire - Kabira and Torry Harris Team Extends Delivery Capabilities to the US Market

 

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SAN MATEO, Calif. - Kabira Technologies Inc., a leader in high performance transaction processing software for global enterprises, today announced a major extension of its delivery capabilities to the US market. Torry Harris Business Solutions, a successful Kabira partner for European markets, will extend its staff of experienced Kabira developers to apply its proven delivery model to new telecommunications and financial services customers in the United States. Torry Harris has developed more than 40 successful European Kabira-based projects for 11 customers since 2005.

“Torry Harris combines domain expertise in Telecom and Financial Services with a cost-effective offshore delivery model for successful project execution,” said Thiru Sivasubramanian, Country Manager USA, Torry Harris Business Solutions. “For Kabira projects, we will maintain two teams for swift and effective delivery. The onsite team works from the client location, understanding and auditing the client's requirements; the offshore team executes the job based on the input gathered from the onsite team.”

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