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Introduction

Schneider Electric, a leading provider of energy management devices and solutions, recognized the changing marketplace and chose to work with Torry Harris Business Solutions (THBS) to enable the "transformation" of its IT application landscape.

Highlights

  • The Schneider–THBS engagement is a good example of the ongoing trend of enterprises preferring vendors that can offer specialized skills, flexibility, and responsiveness in order to deliver high-profile, mission-critical work within time and budgetary constraints.
  • The Schneider–THBS engagement is notable for the sheer scale of the transformation initiative, the highly complex nature of the requirements, and the massive amount of legacy systems that needed to be "brought into the fold."

Features and Benefits

  • Presents a good example of an engagement where the client and vendor teams worked together toward a unified goal.
  • Assesses the role that API enablement can play in modernizing legacy architectures.

Key questions answered

  • What are some of the ways to revitalize legacy systems and use them as the foundation on which to build digital services?
  • What role does the client organization have to play in this exercise?

Table of contents

Summary

  • Catalyst
  • Key messages
  • Ovum view

Recommendations

  • Enterprises on the digital transformation journey

Customer case file

  • IT services data sheet: Schneider Electric–THBS
  • Background
  • Implementation and results

Appendix

  • On the Case
  • Author

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