Chief Executive Officer Sanjay Dhawan to Highlight Significant Market Opportunities Tied to Migrating Major Enterprise Applications to the Cloud
PALO ALTO, CA and BANGALORE, INDIA–(Marketwire – January 13, 2011) – Symphony Services, a leader in software product engineering services, today announced that its Chief Executive Officer, Sanjay Dhawan, will present at the upcoming 13th Annual Needham Growth Conference in New York. Dhawan will be discussing how the growing trend of migrating critical enterprise technologies to the cloud – including new mobility challenges — has translated into a large and fast-growing market opportunity for innovative software engineering specialists such as Symphony Services.
Dhawan’s presentation will include an overview of Symphony Services’ key offerings and primary differentiators, including its commitment to Engineering Outcome Certainty™. Dhawan will highlight how two technologies in particular, cloud computing and mobility, have emerged as priorities among enterprise clients eager to deliver new features to their customers and dramatically increase their competitive advantage. Dhawan will offer his perspective on the market trends driving the need for more advanced cloud and mobile offerings, and the challenge CTOs, VPs of Engineering and other chief engineering specialists face in developing advanced capabilities that are re-defining the entire service provisioning lifecycle.
Thursday, Jan. 13, 2011
About the 13th Annual Needham Growth Conference
Needham and Company, LLC’s 13th Annual Growth Conference is a forum for institutional investors and venture capitalists to hear the latest updates from senior management teams of both public and private companies in the Clean Technology, Communications, Consumer, Enterprise Infrastructure, Industrial & Diversified Growth, Internet & Digital Media, Medical Devices, Semiconductors & Semiconductor Equipment and Software & Services sectors. The Needham Growth Conference (“NGC”) has become recognized as the largest and best-known growth conference in the industry. With over 1500 institutional investors and venture capital professionals anticipated to attend, it has also become one of the best attended conferences on Wall Street. Over the course of three days, attendees may participate in moderated presentations inclusive of Q&A with companies as well as thematic panels with industry professionals. The conference typically hosts over 325 growth companies and 3,000+ one-on-one meetings between investors and companies. Approximately twenty percent of NGC’s presenters will be later stage private companies to showcase our continued commitment to tomorrow’s leaders today. One-on-one meetings will be available. Please contact your Needham salesperson for registration details as space is limited.
About Symphony Services
Symphony Services is a leader in software product engineering services. The company’s innovative Engineering Outcome Certainty™ engagement model offers a strict metrics-driven approach, ensuring complete alignment with clients’ business objectives. This methodology is proven to help clients achieve a range of goals, from improving product line revenue to raising client satisfaction, increasing product innovations and reducing time-to-market.
The company’s 3,500 employees globally support over 1,200 product releases annually, helping clients drive unparalleled innovation while bringing predictability to costs, schedules and quality of the outsourced engineering process. Symphony Services’ capabilities across the full Product Development Lifecycle maximize the ROI for client engineering organizations while delivering market-leading products in Telecom, Healthcare, Energy, Automotive, Consumer Electronics, Financial Services and Internet Commerce.
Symphony Services is headquartered in Palo Alto, Calif., with facilities in North America, India, Europe and China. For more information, please visit www.symphonysv.com.
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