Infosys, a global leader in consulting and technology, has received the Microsoft Platform Modernization award for sales achievement for its Legacy Modernization solution, which helps customers migrate to Microsoft platforms.
The award reinforces the longstanding alliance between Infosys and Microsoft in developing best-in-class solutions. Many companies look to migrate their applications to more flexible and scalable Microsoft solutions such as Microsoft Windows Server and Microsoft SQL Server because of the high cost and inflexibility of legacy mainframe systems. The Infosys Legacy Modernization solution helps ease the transition and provides various modernization techniques that lower total cost of ownership (TCO) and help fuel business growth.
“We are pleased to present the Microsoft Platform Modernization sales achievement award to Infosys for 2012,” said Bob Ellsworth, Microsoft Worldwide Director of Platform Modernization. “Infosys’ ability to effectively deliver numerous modernization projects moving legacy systems to Windows Server and SQL is enabling our joint customers to reach their TCO and agility goals.”
Infosys and Microsoft continue to partner on highly successful Platform Modernization projects for a variety of large, global clients. With more than 50 solutions and frameworks on the Microsoft platform, Infosys has more than 8,000 consultants trained on Microsoft technologies.
“By working with Microsoft to migrate and modernize legacy systems, Infosys helps clients around the world run their businesses more cost-effectively and efficiently,” says Brad Sommer, Associate Vice president and Global Head of the Microsoft alliance at Infosys. “This award reflects how our alliance with Microsoft continues to grow.”
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