Torry Harris Steps Up In-house R&D To Cater To Next Generation SOA Needs

Bangalore, 11 November 2006: Torry Harris Business Solutions, a leading provider of IT services with core focus on middleware technologies, today announced formation of an exclusive in-house R&D cell for Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) Implementation Solutions. The R&D cell, headquartered in Bangalore, will cater to the next generation SOA needs of global clients.
 

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Mr. Ashwin Krishna, Chief Operating Officer, Torry Harris Business Solutions, said, “Torry Harris Business Solutions thus joins a group of a very few global players, who are investing in understanding the needs of the SOA space”.

The new specialized cell will be headed by the CTO of the company and will consist of experts in the areas of SOA (Service Oriented Architecture) and OSS (Open Source Software). The cell would consist of 20% of the total workforce and is aimed at enabling Torry Harris to offer cost-effective alternatives/solutions to their clients by combining the strengths of SOA and Open Source.

Commenting on the development, Ms. Shuba Sridhar, Regional Technical Manager (Europe), of THBS said, “Globally SOA is redefining the way organizations view their IT architecture. Torry Harris is committed to SOA and prides itself in being an implementation expert.” Being vendor neutral and an early player in the SOA space, THBS is now set for a new level of growth trajectory in the Industry.

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