The strategic investments we’ve made in SOA and enterprise architecture are in strong demand. We’re also seeing an increased demand for application rationalization and modernization.
(PRWEB) June 1, 2006
Austin, June 1, 2006 - MomentumSI, a leading provider of I.T. consulting and systems integration solutions, announced today that it has been selected by several new customers. New clients include: Pfizer Inc., Lockheed Martin, The Walt Disney Company, Marriott International Inc., T. Rowe Price, Aflac Inc., American Airlines, TD Bank Financial Group and the Intel Corporation.
These new clients will join Momentum’s current roster of over 200 customers. “We are seeing a significant increase in the demand for I.T. services”, commented Jeff Schneider, CEO of Momentum. “The strategic investments we’ve made in SOA and enterprise architecture are in strong demand. We’re also seeing an increased demand for application rationalization and modernization.”
MomentumSI provides strategic I.T. consulting to organizations that seek the benefits of adopting a service oriented architecture. This enables companies to break large monolithic applications into smaller reusable parts, saving time and money to assemble software applications. “SOA done correctly pays for itself usually within the first 18 months. Our larger clients are seeing the return even earlier,” says Alex Rosen, SOA Practice Manager. “We’ve passed the point of deciding if SOA will be adopted, for most organizations the question deals with when the adoption will occur. Our job is to help companies with their adoption in a manner that achieves higher quality results faster and more economically.”
MomentumSI has also been breaking ground in the delivery of next generation SAP systems. “Our SAP Netweaver offerings have been well received” says SAP Practice Manager, Scott Campbell, “SAP has embraced the SOA environment and is revitalizing their platform. Our depth in both environments allows us to provide guidance to enterprise customers interested in adopting more agile business process software.”
Schneider expects this is just the beginning. “The pressures facing large I.T. organizations continue to grow. The only way these companies can succeed is to find new ways to manage their growing application and technology portfolios. Interesting results will only be achieved by employing techniques that reduce development, integration and maintenance costs at the portfolio level. Changing one application is uninteresting, changing one thousand at time has real impact,” says Schneider, who is a published author and speaker, and writes a widely read technology blog.
MomentumSI, is an I.T. professional services organization offering technology strategy, custom software development, systems integration and educational services. The company is headquartered in Austin, Texas, and serves Global 2000 companies. For more information visit: http://www.momentumsi.com.