CNBC Money Control - Torry Harris Partners with SOA Product Developers

 

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Torry Harris Business Solutions, the leading provider of IT services with core focus on middleware technologies has announced a huge expansion in its partnership ecosystem. Three of the major Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) product vendors GigaSpaces, SOA Software and webMethods have today inked their association with Torry Harris, the SOA implementation services leader.

With a strong partner ecosystem, Torry Harris will be combining its onsite offshore SOA implementation expertise with the strengths of world-class products, chosen by the customer. Partnering with leading product companies in the SOA arena will enable Torry Harris to provide a comprehensive, high-quality, cost effective SOA implementation, based on the best of breed products that suit it’s customer’s requirements and infrastructure.

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CNBC Money Control is a financial portal born in late 1999. It is India's biggest store of news (text and videos), analysis, data and tools on investing (across diverse asset classes), personal finance, the business sector and the economy. Money Control gets over 17 million visitors every month across all its platforms - web, mobile and tablets, which makes it the largest online financial platform in India.

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