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Edrans Acquired by Netrix to Expand Its Cloud solutions

Edrans was acquired by Netrix to expand its portfolio of public cloud solutions. Netrix is an award-winning provider of cybersecurity and end-to-end IT services. Its cloud solutions portfolio gains significant scale, as well as improved technological capabilities to better support the company’s increasing global customer base.

CEO of Netrix, Russell P. Reeder, said, “The acquisition of Edrans is a continuation of our strategy to bolster our core pillars of security, cloud, and IT solutions while also expanding our team of highly talented personnel across the globe. We are thrilled to welcome our new team members from Argentina, Spain, Uruguay, Mexico, and the United States to Netrix and look forward to partnering together to support our clients and foster a culture of growth across our global team. The cloud is a foundational component of digital transformation. Sophisticated cloud capabilities and a global delivery model are critical to Netrix’s strategy of supporting clients as they seek to transform and optimize their businesses and leave behind siloed, inflexible, and expensive IT infrastructure.

Netrix acquired Edrans a solutions provider centered on harnessing the power of the cloud for midsize enterprise clients who has a staff of over 130 workers who help customers in the United States and around the world, including approximately 120 qualified and accredited cloud consultants and developers who have worked with AWS and Microsoft Azure. Edrans offers a variety of enterprise cloud solutions, including migration, application modernization, development, recurring cloud managed services, DevOps-as-a-Service, and cloud cost optimization. Edrans develops and supports sophisticated cloud capabilities such as AI, machine learning, the internet of things, and advanced data engineering and analytics.

The Founder of Edrans Javier D’Ovidio, said, “Martin and I are excited for this next chapter as part of Netrix. There is strong cultural alignment across our organizations in terms of growth orientation, a shared customer-centric mindset, and a mutual desire to foster an entrepreneurial and collaborative professional experience for our colleagues. We are thankful to our clients, team members, and partners for the support they’ve provided to us since we founded the business over a decade ago and look forward to this next chapter as we enhance the foundation of Netrix’s global cloud solution practice.”

Mahindra Group Migrates Applications to Google Cloud

Mahindra Group migrates its business-critical applications to Google Cloud and revamps its DevSecOps capabilities. It includes SAP data warehouse and data lake on the cloud that helps businesses achieve customer-centricity, sustainability, process intelligence, and automation.

Group chief technology officer of the Mahindra and Mahindra, Mohit Kapoor, said, “A digital mindset is a front and center in every aspect of the Mahindra Group. We are building for the future with advanced cloud-based technologies and data-driven strategies to speed up decision making and maximize synergies across our business.”

The transfer will take place over the next three years, according to Mahindra Group, which has companies in farm equipment such as tractors, utility vehicles, IT, and financial services.

It aims to be able to better predict trends and consumer sentiments, accelerate product innovation and deliver personalized customer experiences by then, as well as simplify data administration, cut total cost of ownership, and increase security and governance.

Mahindra will also use Google Cloud’s site reliability engineering (SRE) and DevSecOps teams to bolster its own cloud engineering and cloud-native operations capabilities.

Mahindra’s shift to Google Cloud follows the establishment of its technology services division, which is focused on providing industry-specific capabilities in areas like precision agriculture and remote patient monitoring.

“By utilizing Google Cloud’s best-in-class infrastructure and data capabilities, we can innovate faster for competitive differentiation, advance our enterprise sustainability goals, and strengthen our talent pool by attracting the best tech talent in the industry,” added Mohit Kapoor, Group chief technology officer of the Mahindra and Mahindra.

Accenture Announced Joint Investments and Extended Relationship with AWS to Help Organizations Get to Cloud Value

Accenture announced that its strategic joint business group with Amazon Web Services, Inc. is renewed (AWS). Accenture and AWS will make an extra joint investment for the next five years to help customers encourage innovation on the Cloud Continuum and boost business value at scale by providing solutions through the Accenture AWS Business Group, building on a 13-year relationship (AABG).

Following thousands of cloud projects, the extending AABG relationship announced will assist organisations in dealing with the technology, human, and business dimensions of cloud transformation at scale with greater speed and certainty. Accenture’s investment in AWS provides timely resources for Accenture Cloud First, a multi-service group that provides the full stack of cloud services designed specially to assist clients in becoming cloud-first businesses, letting them to fast-track their digital transformation, innovate faster, and create differentiated, sustainable value.

Accenture will build a series of new accelerators over the next five years to solve the most difficult challenges in cloud migrations, with the goal of enabling AWS innovations to be adopted up to 50% faster. Accenture will also continue to invest in data-driven solutions for talent development and organisational change as part of this investment, which are critical and frequently cited as a key barrier to realising cloud value.

The extended strategic relationship will assist clients in achieving industry differentiation by leveraging the unrivalled AABG joint portfolio of 175 assets and 20,000 cloud specialists with 24,000 AWS certifications, placing Accenture among the world’s top systems integrators with extensive AWS resources. Accenture and AWS have co-created nearly 40 solutions for 16 industries with proven use-case relevance to date in order to jumpstart client value.

Organizations should implement change under extreme time constraints in today’s hyper-competitive age of compressed transformation. Generali Vitality, a division of one of the world’s largest insurance and asset management companies, needed to scale quickly to reach new clients. Working with Accenture and AWS to leverage cloud-native technology, Generali Vitality is now ready to deploy new features at the touch of a button in order to continuously improve their products and customer engagement level.

Simon Guest, CEO of Generali Vitality said, “We have successfully launched in multiple European markets and our user base is constantly growing. Part of this journey has been enabled by smart use of cloud native technology and Accenture’s outstanding software engineering capabilities.”

“We’ve learned through experience that our customers’ success often hinges on two key factors: speed and the ability to adopt new ways of working. Our investment to create reusable accelerators and mechanisms with Accenture is intended to make cloud transformation and change programs easier and more predictable — so customers can continuously innovate and lead their industries,” said Matt Garman, senior vice president of sales and marketing at AWS.  

“On the Cloud Continuum, breakthrough innovations will continue at a rapid pace. Harnessing those innovations for competitive advantage will require a commitment to permanent reinvention. Together, we’re investing with AWS to help companies prioritize and invest in people transformation as much as tech transformation, which yields an average of 60% higher cloud return on investment,” said Karthik Narain, global lead of Accenture Cloud First.