Perpetuuiti Technosoft announced its partnership with Cyber Innovation Labs (CIL), a premier provider of enterprise-class managed Infrastructure-as-a-Service solutions and professional services, in North America. CIL will deliver Perpetuuiti’s extensive business resiliency and service availability suite to the North American market.
The story includes an exclusive interview of Rohil Sharma where he talks about the vitality for software industries to leverage one another’s strengths and build solutions due to emergence of smarter business practices.
In his authored article tiled ‘Preparing to fight risks’, Rohil Sharma, CEO, Perpetuuiti talks about the importance of incorporation of business continuity and disaster recovery strategies into organizations’ IT budgets, given the varied nature of risks faced by companies, technical or otherwise. It elucidates the challenges faced by organizations of not knowing where to begin and when to create or update plans. While organizations incorporate business continuity and disaster recovery strategies into their Information Technology (IT) budgets, the plan should attend to the human and processes side of the business as well.
Gartner Inc. has named Perpetuuiti a vendor for ‘Recovery Assurance and Orchestration Automation’ products in Gartner’s ‘Hype Cycle for IT Service Continuity Management, 2014’ Report. The Hype Cycle report is driven by the increased business need for sustainable IT service continuity. The report’s focus is the significant technology and operations evolutions that are driving support for sustainable business resilience.
Business World online has carried an authored article titled, ‘VUCA Spells Doom For Businesses, Boom For BCM’ attributed to Mr. Rohil Sharma, CEO, Perpetuuiti. The article talks about how even the most risk-aware organizations are likely to experience low-probability but high-impact events that can fundamentally change businesses and even entire industries. It provides a detailed explanation to the concepts of BCMS and BCP.
Nirmal Kumar, Head, Delivery and Operations, Perpetuuiti talks about how organizations are increasingly leveraging diverse global virtual teams to build a strong competitive advantage. Nirmal has been quoted saying “It is not possible for growing businesses, intending to expand in various markets, to set-up base in every single country. At the same time hiring local talent – who understands the specific market – is an indispensable strategy to ensure successful expansion. In such a situation, one of the best methods to tap the local talent pool is by establishing virtual teams and connecting them with other global teams to work together”.
Perpetuuiti has been quoted as one of the 50 iSpirt classified as being in the “adolescent” stage, or as having promising products and customers but not yet at a scale where revenues are predictable. Mr. Rohil Sharma, CEO, Perpetuuiti’s business in US market says, “Our US partners have aligned a POC (proof of concept) for a large customer based in Cincinnati.” Further, Perpetuuiti has been mentioned as being one of TCS’ COIN (co-innovation) partners and being sometimes called in for a customer pitch.