Box Inc and Cognizant Join Efforts
FREMONT, CA: The union of Cloud storage vendor Box Inc and Cognizant Technology Solutions Corp might turn out to be a big vantage for the technological world. The link formed between both enterprises proposes to provide the industry with a new dimension by the development of industry-specific cloud migration services.
The primary goals of the twosome are healthcare, financial services, life sciences, media, and insurance. The manufacturing and retail markets are also enlisted among those who will benefit from the deal.
“Customers have to work heavily to transform documents that dwell at the core of myriads of business processes. It is at this stage that the Box Platform walks in which will create a quick progress of reliable solutions. The solutions will reciprocally regulate enterprise-grade content management, alliances as well boost security capacities”, informs Sean Middleton, COO at Cognizant.
Training must be conducted along with consultancy and custom services for joint customers for these two companies to tackle hassles and achieve transmutation in the given rigorous growth and change in technology. Cognizant’s part of being Box’s go-to systems integrations partner will also be very resourceful –since in that it will aid the motion of client’s business content from legacy environments over to Box. There is a demand to produce a newfangled environment for businesses and this is precisely what the two companies are comprehended towards.
“From the beginning, we have consciously built the organization with a ‘multi-cultural’ flavor, because to serve the global marketplace, you need to be global,” says Francisco D’Souza, CEO, Cognizant.
Along with this project, Box news is also took up the expansion of its partnership with Okta with the aim of backing up the protected admittance across a myriad devices and endpoints.
Okta and Box have plans under progress to have Okta incorporated into Mobility management. It will also be integrated into Box’s storage and partnership service. Soon, both the companies will roll out more integrated initiatives.
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