Fruition Partners has been considering plans to expand into several geographies during 2014.
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Partnership will focus on deploying analytics solutions enabled by the Cloudera enterprise data hub.
More than 700 organizations have used the 630,000-member crowdsourced development platform to complete projects.
The joint offering is aimed at simplifying and speeding conversion projects.
Initial focus will be on banking, engineering, construction and operations, and public sector applications.
Call centers are important hubs of marketing and customer insights. That's why this Salesforce integrator considers them increasingly central to CRM strategy.
With new 'App Factory' offering, Fruition Partners seeks to help payors and providers cope with upcoming ICD-10 compliance regulations.
The cloud integrators are blazing trails with playbooks for financial services firms that have been certified under the relatively new Fullforce solutions initiative.
The $6 billion integrator's portfolio addition is built on Windows Server 2012 R2 with Hyper-V and supports both Windows and Linux workloads.
The deals include a play by LogMeIn to build up its cloud services and Internet of Things integration skills.
A close services partner of both Microsoft and Cornerstone, the Florida-based integrator boasts expertise in cloud-enabling specialized applications.
Over the next two years, the company plans to invest an additional $12 million in IT service management business practice.
Under a new arrangement, the two will collaborate on a Texas-based Global Cloud Center of Excellence for enterprise and public sector accounts.
New relationship with Liaison Technologies will center on a solution for life sciences companies.
It's not unusual to find companies relying on human resources applications that are 10 years old and counting, one reason these solutions are central to Hexaware Technologies' cloud practice.