CA Technologies outlines Business Service Innovation Strategy

 Infotech Lead India: At the CA Expo ’12, CA Technologies, a provider of IT management software and solutions, unveiled Business Service Innovation (BSI) Strategy to enable organizations to make the critical shift from simply managing and maintaining IT to driving true innovation and growth.


The Expo addressed the challenges on how to deliver business services faster, cheaper.


“Technology is in the midst of a dynamic transformation; especially with the increase in the rate of adoption of cloud computing and mobile computing services,” said Roger Pilc, general manager Virtualization and Automation Customer Solutions Unit, CA Technologies. “By combining the extensive industry expertise of our thought leaders with the knowledge and capabilities of the company, we chose the Expo as a platform to provide continuous, rapid innovation that will create opportunities for new revenue streams.”


“India, being a key market for CA Technologies, such challenging economic times gives us the opportunity to provide disruptive technology solutions for our customers and partners to solve the most pressing business needs of our customers,” Pilc added.


Mobile devices, social media analysis tools, cloud computing, the new market growth and new delivery models such as the “new normal” have brought unprecedented challenges to the IT companies.


This trend exerts more pressure on IT to innovate and perform to enable businesses to perform seamlessly, in today’s challenging economic times and growing complexities. To survive, organizations must deliver business services faster, cheaper and more securely, according to CA Technologies.


Sunil Manglore, vice president, CA Technologies, India, said, “In today’s age when IT must fly at the speed of business, businesses must adopt service centric IT approach. Businesses must learn how to best use current and emerging technologies to drive business growth, optimize organizational adaptability, increase efficiency and mitigate risk.”


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