The Hindu Business Line - Torry Harris bags $10 m worth deal

Bangalore, India - April 23, 2012 - Torry Harris Business Solutions (THBS), a niche IT services firm, on Monday said that it has bagged two prestigious SOA consultancy deals worth $10 million, from leading telecom companies in Europe.
 

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The engagements include assisting the telecom customers on prioritizing their business needs, charting out the governance strategy, helping them with the choice of tools and technologies, drafting a roadmap for Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) adoption and implementing their SOA plans.

This demonstrates further our ability to directly add value to the customer's core business and thereby takes us into a new league.
Shuba Sridhar, Vice President
Strategic Initiatives, Torry Harris

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