CSC, Cordys forge strategic global alliance

Yesterday, CSC announced that it has forged a strategic global partnership with Cordys, a provider of software for business process innovation. The agreement covers implementation services and a worldwide reseller agreement for the Cordys Business Operations Platform. It also includes transitioning the entire Cordys Benelux professional services group to CSC to establish a CSC practice with expertise in Cordys technology and leverage this experience globally.

The Cordys solution contains a comprehensive business process management suite suitable for cloud computing operations due to its ability to orchestrate processes and Web services, both within organizations and across organizational boundaries.

“Cordys Business Operations Platform allows organizations to change and innovate the way they do business with notable new speed and greater flexibility, ” said CSC chief innovation officer and Global Business Solutions Group president Lem Lasher. “This is a key business requirement in the current economic climate. These new solution elements provide a range of tools for business transformation and directly support our enterprise-wide cloud strategy. CSC and Cordys share a common purpose of strong business ethics, innovation and entrepreneurial spirit, and we are delighted to announce and formalize this partnership.”

“A year ago, Cordys made the strategic decision to follow a partner-centric business model and reorganized the company accordingly, ” said Cordys CEO Jan Baan. “Despite the difficult economic climate, we have seen significant success with this strategy. Looking at the strong increase in both actual sales and pent-up demand for Cordys solutions, the agreement with CSC was the next logical step. Cordys will continue to focus on product development, sales and marketing, and support.

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