Torry Harris in Top 3 for "Cloud Computing World Series Awards"

By SiliconIndia   |   Wednesday, 29 June 2011, 10:04 Hrs   |    2 Comments
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Bangalore: Torry Harris Business Solutions (THBS), an IT service provider announced the selection as finalists to the prestigious Cloud Computing World Series Awards in the 'Best Enterprise Solution' category for their flagship tool 'Cloud Catalyst'.

World Series announced that the 2011 awards received a record number of entrants this year, with competition for a place on the shortlist 'intense'. Award winners and shortlisted companies receive a mark of quality, innovation and leadership.

"The 'Cloud Catalyst' program from Torry Harris enables enterprises to make an informed decision about Cloud investments through a set of processes, frameworks, tools and best practices, designed to accelerate the desired state of cloud adoption," Says Karthik T.S, Head - SOA & Cloud Computing Centre of Excellence (CoE) Torry Harris Business Solutions. "Being shortlisted in this forum is indeed an honor for us. We believe the Cloud Catalyst tool is especially significant to enterprises today, when reducing TCO is essential and making correct Cloud decisions with regard to an organization's IT landscape is imperative," he said.

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