MARKET WIRE - Torry Harris Business Solutions Strengthens SOA Leadership

 

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Torry Harris Business Solutions (THBS), a global niche technology services and solutions provider for mission-critical distributed computing and middleware, strengthens its leadership in the service-oriented architecture (SOA) space. The company has successfully completed SOA implementations with international clients, forged five strategic SOA partnerships and is continuing to invest into its SOA research and development initiative.

Offering end-to-end implementation services, vendor neutral platforms, and embracing cost-effective open source software (OSS), the company's onsite-offshore global delivery model enables faster time to market and around-the-clock support. Torry Harris tailors solutions and services for each of its clients, leveraging its India R&D center to provide customized implementation solutions for SOA.

Some of Torry Harris' international clients are Atradius, Bristol Myers, IBM, JP Morgan Chase, Kabira, National Healthcare Group, Orange Telecom, Royal Mail, Virgin Mobile and Vodafone.

"There are many SOA implementers today and companies must choose vendors that best serve their enterprise needs," said Thiru Sivasubramanian, Country Manager - US, Torry Harris Business Solutions. "At Torry Harris, we deliver the fastest time to market, without sacrificing quality or cost-efficiency. Our highly skilled, globally located staff possess the entrepreneurial drive to get the job done right for every business situation or need. We are the implementation specialists."

Since inception, in 1998, Torry Harris has been the market leader in implementing the onsite/offshore delivery model in the distributed computing and middleware technologies. SOA is a natural evolution of the concepts of middleware and distributed computing that allow business agility, change and re-use.

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