Torry Harris Inks Integration Partnership with WSO2

August 31, 2010: SOA Leader Torry Harris Business Solutions (THBS) and Open Source Software (OSS) Leaders in SOA and Middleware, WSO2, join hands through a strategic integration partnership.

 

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The partnership offers an expanded set of integrated offerings in the SOA and Cloud integration space, by leveraging WSO2’s robust carbon platform and THBS’ innovative service factory approach. Enterprises can now benefit from cost-efficiencies realized through WSO2’s fully open source licensing terms and the distributed agile delivery methodology followed by THBS for a quicker ROI and “just-enough” functionality to enterprises.

Torry Harris Business Solutions, a company with a rich heritage in middleware and distributed computing was recently positioned a leader in SOA offerings and maturity (The Forrester Wave™: EMEA SOA Systems Integrators, Q2 2009, Tim Sheedy). The company is a pioneer in the Cloud integration space, having set up one of the first private clouds for a European Telecom major. THBS, already a strong supporter of Open Source Software, has firsthand experience evaluating and implementing OSS solutions for the more demanding enterprise projects.

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