Telecom Lead India: Mahindra Satyam, a global consulting
and IT services provider, has launched Structural Testing Analysis &
Measurement of Projects (STAMP), which is aimed at exploring structural quality
of its clients’ most business critical applications.
The Structural Testing Analysis & Measurement of
Projects (STAMP) is powered by CAST, which is a provider of Software Analysis
& Measurement (SAM).This launch is a first step of the strategic
partnership between Mahindra Satyam and CAST.
We’re very enthusiastic to differentiate by partnering
with CAST, the undisputed leader in the domain of analyzing and measuring
complex multi-tier, multi-technology applications from a structural quality
perspective. We see great opportunities in upscaling the value to our existing clients
and prospects and elevating existing niche testing services by rolling out
STAMP,” said GS Raju, global head – testing services, Mahindra Satyam.
This new offering aims at analyzing structural quality of
the application stack resulting in delivering higher performance, greater
reliability and increased security to the customers as well as reducing
underlying technical debt.
CAST and Mahindra Satyam have the same vision: In
business, transparency is a virtue. The Mahindra Satyam offering powered by
CAST will provide IT executives with unparalleled visibility on the
inner-structure of their business-critical applications, with concrete and
actionable means to improve their business technology fundamentals,” said
Vincent Delaroche, CEO, CAST.
Mahindra Satyam STAMP will help clients’ application
owners identify the structural issues before they reach production, and will
provide insight for implementing corrections prior to current or future
delivery of software, thereby reducing overall cost of correction.
Mahindra Satyam is part of the $14.4 billion Mahindra
Group, a global federation of companies and one of the top 10 business houses
based in India.
Mahindra Satyam, formerly Satyam Computer Services, will be merged with Tech Mahindra,
which will create a new entity worth $2.4 billion. The merger also includes
certain wholly owned subsidiaries of Mahindra Satyam and Tech Mahindra.