Wipro wins Microsoft Platform Modernization Award 2010

Wipro Technologies, the Global Consulting, System Integration and Outsourcing Business

Wipro Technologies, the Global Consulting, System Integration and Outsourcing Business of Wipro Limited recently announced that Wipro has been awarded the Microsoft Platform Modernization Award for Sales for 2010. The coveted award is the highest recognition for technology transformation and is awarded to partners who create a significant impact in the market place in transforming customer applications from competing platforms to Microsoft.

Speaking about the award to Wipro, Larry Orecklin, VP - Enterprise Sales at Microsoft said, “Wipro's significant achievement in creating a winning proposition for transforming customer legacy applications to the modern Microsoft application platform has been recognized through this award. Our partnership with Wipro is helping our mutual customers address their business challenges of reducing costs and increasing agility.”

Jerome Welch, Middleware Support Manager, Shell IT International said, “Our long term partnership with Wipro has definitely helped Shell to optimize operations and streamline business processes, effectively leveraging middleware technology in IT. Wipro has worked with us for various Microsoft Technologies (BizTalk, SSIS and Sharepoint) as part of Middleware Services and Applications Support for Global Functions.  Wipro has consistently demonstrated high levels of business and technical knowledge, creativity and delivery excellence. I congratulate them on receiving this well deserved award.”

Wipro has developed a ‘Transformation Platform’ in collaboration with Microsoft. The platform enables more of its customers derive higher value from IT by migrating from collaboration suites and legacy systems to Microsoft Technologies. The ‘Wipro-Microsoft Transformation Platform’ helps customers reduce operating and capital expenses by up to 40%, reduce risks and realize faster return on investment. The Platform enables rapid transformation from a range of legacy technologies to Microsoft Platforms, Microsoft Cloud Services including Archival Platform.