Relus delivers innovative solutions that examine their customer’s processes, applications and legacy infrastructure in order to establish a roadmap for successfully aligning a client’s IT organization to business transformation. The company’s transformation methodology enables their clients to accelerate adoption of innovative solutions (cloud) while addressing the support of legacy systems. “Most companies have major investments in data center infrastructure that have been virtualized and optimized. This has created a tremendous amount of complexity and ongoing support costs that weigh down transformation. Relus’ expert staff utilizes our proven methodologies and tools to accelerate cloud adoption, which enables the agility to support business transformation,” says Metz.
Relus Technologies’ cloud enablement practice delivers readiness and migration assessment solutions such as road mapping and discovery.
From strategic planning to deployment, to assessment and beyond, their experienced consultants minimize risk, while ensuring that they meet project objectives. For example, Relus Technologies was able to assist a client in migrating their current systems to the Amazon Web Services cloud and delivering ongoing support of their new cloud enabled environment. They accelerated this migration through the buyback of legacy hardware and provided a cost effective maintenance solution for remaining on-premise data center hardware.
Relus believes that the company is as strong as the people it has and this belief is carried over to the company’s recruiting methodology. With numerous rounds of tests and interviews, Relus chooses the best-of-the best for their fast-growing business. With highly experienced architects, engineers, and project managers, the company is able to support the latest cloud technologies.
What’s next for Relus? According to Mark, “Years down the line, we would like to be a pioneer in providing cloud solutions across North America and Europe. At Relus, we turn possibilities into realities by enabling our customers to take the anchor from around their necks and get out of the data center business”.