DALLAS — May 16, 2012 — Pariveda Solutions, a leading technology consulting firm delivering strategic services and technology solutions, has delivered several customer applications built on Windows Azure. The company has utilized Windows Azure on numerous customer projects and plans to use it in additional solutions in the future. Pariveda uses Windows Azure for its own mission-critical applications such as a recruiting tablet application that leverages HTML5, the Microsoft Sync Framework, SQL Database and Windows Azure.
“With the desire to write systems in .NET and the desire to include platform-as-a-service (PaaS) offerings while avoiding having to manage the infrastructure for the solutions, Windows Azure is a perfect match — not to mention the very attractive pricing that you get with Windows Azure,” said Tim Ehlen, manager at Pariveda.
Pariveda’s technology solutions include custom application development in areas such as cloud computing, business intelligence, mobility, portals and enterprise content management, and customer relationship management. In addition, Pariveda provides strategic services around business systems planning and program management. Pariveda has developed solutions combining PaaS with mobility front ends for a great user experience that leverages Windows Azure.
Windows Azure provides many benefits when the company builds a solution for clients, including flexibility, a manageable development lifecycle, scalability and price. Pariveda’s developers have also praised Windows Azure after working with the solution.
“The developers really enjoyed working with Azure,” Ehlen said. “It removed a lot of pain points for them with the deployment and test environments.”
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