Sofbang recognized by CIO Review as one of the 20 Most Promising Campus Technology Providers of 2014

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Selected by a panel of experts and members of CIO Review’s editorial board to recognize and promote technology entrepreneurship in education, Sofbang has been named one of the 20 Most Promising Campus Technology Providers. Featured in the Campus Technology Special Edition of CIO Review, Sofbang was recognized for its innovative solutions addressing the need of a platform that facilitates a seamless digital exchange of information across different departments and users.

The education industry is rapidly making technological advancements transforming the way students, faculty and administration interact, increasing the need for the conventional systems to integrate with a unified digital solution. As an Oracle Platinum Partner, Sofbang provides digital, mobile and cloud-based solutions tailored to meet the growing needs within the education industry. Sofbang’s understands the everyday challenges of various lines of businesses having to exchange information and streamline processes within the education domain. Sofbang’s Designed for Change methodology breaks down large complex ERPs and Student Information Systems (SIS) into a simplified integrated user experience that adjust and grow as the needs grow.

With 15 years of experience in Oracle Fusion Middleware, Mobile and Cloud implementations, Sofbang has been enriching the standards of the education system, becoming the preferred partner of choice for providing a unified digital experience for the education industry. Building its solutions around a unified digital experience, providing secure portals, integrated mobility and on-premise with cloud integration solutions, enables staff, users, partners and suppliers to stay connected throughout an organization’s network.

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Cloud Strategy to Standardize and Streamline IT Operations

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Over the many years that I have consulted and managed  our customers’  IT operations , I  see that Cloud computing has the potential to reduce both the total cost of ownership (TCO) and overall IT operational costs. The flexibility and cost savings from using this strategy in production and testing is quite common knowledge and is well documented, but the strategy can be very useful for troubleshooting specific issues throughout the development process.

This article presents a few examples of how this strategy helped our clients identify and fix issues quickly and effectively using a well-thought out cloud strategy. A right cloud strategy provides opportunities to streamline and better manage operations at different stages in the IT lifecycle including troubleshooting issues, development, testing and production.
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