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Will strengthen MuleSoft, TIBCO and API-led integration capabilities

Co Achieves AWS Service Delivery Designation for AWS Lambda

Mumbai, NFAPost: Persistent Systems on Friday announced it has entered into an agreement to acquire Palo Alto, CA-based CAPIOT, including its subsidiaries in Australia, India and Singapore.

Founded in 2014, CAPIOT specialises in enterprise integration with valuable expertise in MuleSoft, Red Hat and TIBCO. In addition, CAPIOT delivers enterprise modernization, leading with advanced proficiency in key partner platforms, frameworks and industry data models. The acquisition further strengthens Persistent’s ability to:

  • Provide enterprise integration strategy & advisory services to guide clients with their integration strategy, platform choice, and roadmap to meet business goals.
  • Implement API-led integrations using specialists in the leading integration platforms coupled with frameworks and industry-specific common data models designed to accelerate business outcomes.
  • Provide managed integration services to support changing business needs and innovation.

Commenting on the development, Persistent System Executive Director and President Sandeep Kalra said for enterprise IT to succeed in advancing business goals and sales, it must have a central integration platform to work across disparate applications and data sources.

“CAPIOT’s singular focus in enterprise integration with key platform players like MuleSoft and TIBCO coupled with proprietary frameworks and common data models have accelerated implementations, with many successful rollouts,” said Persistent System Executive Director and President Sandeep Kalra.

Enterprise integration

Persistent System Executive Director and President Sandeep Kalra also pointed out that Alto Headquartered CAPIOT’s strong history in enterprise integration will provide many of our clients an immediate benefit and will help solidify Persistent System’s Salesforce ecosystem capabilities. He also said the company looks forward to welcoming CAPIOT employees, clients, and partners to the company’s family

Expressing happiness over the development, CAPIOT Software Cheif Executive Officer Vasudeva Anumukonda said since the inception, CAPIOT has been committed to delivering the best outcome for our clients in the area of enterprise and data integration.

“We are excited to become part of Persistent Systems and to bring our expertise in integrating cloud applications and our data APIfication offerings to further augment Persistent capabilities and to accelerate the outcome for our clients, providing broader solutions in an ever-changing landscape,” said CAPIOT Software Cheif Executive Officer Vasudeva Anumukonda.

AWS Lambda

Persistent Systems (BSE and NSE: Persistent) announced today that it has achieved the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Service Delivery designation for AWS Lambda recognizing that Persistent follows best practices and has proven success delivering AWS services to end customers.

Achieving the AWS Service Delivery designation differentiates Persistent as an AWS Partner Network (APN) member that provides specialized demonstrated technical proficiency and proven customer success in delivering AWS Lambda, a serverless compute service that lets you run code without provisioning or managing servers.

To receive the designation, APN Partners must possess deep AWS experience and deliver solutions seamlessly on AWS.

Persistent Systems Vice President For Alliance Samir Agarwal said it is coming on the heels of achieving the AWS DevOps Competency, AWS Data & Analytics Competency, AWS SaaS Competency, and AWS IoT Competency designations.

“Achieving the AWS Service Delivery designation for AWS Lambda demonstrates not only our technical expertise but also our ability to execute and deliver on these solutions for our customers. The combination of AWS and Persistent expertise has proved to be a major benefit for our customers, creating some of the most sophisticated cloud-based solutions possible,” said Persistent Systems Vice President For Alliance Samir Agarwal.

AWS is enabling scalable, flexible, and cost-effective solutions from startups to global enterprises. To support the seamless integration and deployment of these solutions, AWS established the AWS Service Delivery Program to help customers identify APN Consulting Partners with deep experience delivering specific AWS services, such as AWS Lambda.

Persistent has an extensive relationship with AWS to help businesses achieve their goals by leveraging the serverless capabilities of AWS Lambda. Persistent’s architecture with AWS Lambda was built on five pillars of operational excellence – security, reliability, performance, efficiency, and cost optimization.

Persistent’s certified experts help companies achieve agility and save significant costs, helping to achieve zero administration to run code for virtually any type of application or backend service. AWS certified Persistent as an AWS Lambda Service Delivery Partner based on the breadth and complexity of the serverless solutions the company has delivered for customers such as:
–       A US-based life science product manufacturer which scaled and automated backend web applications, to move quickly and focus on the business case, while trusting security and scaling to AWS.
–       A US-based ISV which automated event processing so that new requirements could be added without impacting the pipeline, saving 30% effort in onboarding and processing new events.
–       A US-based healthcare service provider which built a web application for cloud solutions to achieve better scalability, independent code structure and freedom of choice of application language.

Persistent has extensive experience in a wide range of IT implementation and development solutions with AWS. Persistent has a proven track record of composing the digital mosaic of cloud-based platforms and applications with the required know-how around integration and user interfaces. The company is focused on enabling organizations to be software-driven, primarily in the healthcare, banking/financial services, manufacturing, and product engineering sectors.

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