MphasiS is one of the leading IT solutions, services, and BPO providers in application development, system integration, product implementation, and consulting services. Data centers are the operational backbone to MphasiS's core business operations. Downtime at the datacenter directly impacts business by affecting customer relations and makes it susceptible to immense revenue losses against such infrastructural failures.
M.G. Raghuraman, CIO, Mphasis, says that changes in the technology landscape--including the introduction of SMAC--and the increasing dynamism in business, requires that IT teams are more business oriented.
ProTecht solution is sophisticated and cost-effective enough to deal with threats at ATMs and reduce a bank’s security expenditure.
I don't see business and technology as two separate yet intersecting circles, but as one complex ellipse in and of itself.
MphasiS, the Indian services subsidiary of Hewlett-Packard (HP), said that it reached a definitive agreement to acquire AIG Systems Solutions (AIGSS), the IT services arm in India of insurer American International Group (AIG).
M. G. Raghuraman, CIO, Mphasis, spoke to us about recent trends in the industry, evolution of the CIO role in recent times, and how one can shine as a CIO.
Reengineering of software is described as the examination and alteration of a system to reconstitute in a new form. The approach is to renovate and extend the current application into new technology to best support the needs of the current business. Application modernization should be achieved by leveraging the existing investment in application infrastructure and reposition the product advantageously for the future. The challenge on hand is to convert legacy application to web application by reengineering legacy components to re-usable components. The web application can be easily integrated with web technologies.
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