Scottsdale, AZ, June 7 — Stramaglio Consulting today announced that Massively Parallel Technologies (MPT), a pioneer of software optimization and modernization, has joined The Consortium, a think tank for the imaging channel, consisting of a group of industry leaders that aims to help the channel grow and thrive. The Consortium’s focus is to help improve business agility for the channel and workplaces through the channel.
As organizations around the world rely increasingly on software and algorithms, the speed with which they can modernize and transform code becomes more important. MPT’s product Blue Cheetah provides organizations increased productivity with its automated graphical analysis of software and its ability to optimize code for multicore environments through auto-parallelization. As a new member of the business agility solution group, MPT is expected to collaborate with other industry experts in The Consortium to deliver solutions and services that meet the channel needs for digital transformation.
“I am so excited to join The Consortium,” says Bobbi Kenney, CEO of MPT. “I had a wonderful experience attending the Executive Connection Summit earlier this year and enjoyed meeting with many great industry leaders. It is our great honor and pleasure to become a part of this wonderful group of organizations that help the industry grow and thrive. I am confident we can add our unique value to the Consortium as a technology provider to promote agile development and optimize processing power for multicore systems in which the enterprises and industries have already invested.”
The Consortium is assembled by Mike Stramaglio, President and CEO of Stramaglio Consulting, in order to establish an open collaborative platform that enables the imaging channel to embrace and lead Digital Transformation (DX).
“It has been our great pleasure to work with Bobbi and the MPT team to develop global strategic alliances for their very unique modernization software. Now, I am so thrilled to have them as a new Business Agility solution member in the Consortium,” says Mike Stramaglio. “I believe it is one of the greatest value of the Consortium to provide our members and the industry with accesses to companies or technologies that are not known well yet in our industry. When everyone sees such a growing problem like shortage of software engineers especially in the areas where very high skillset is required, every software development company should take a look at the ROI and all the benefits that MPT’s Blue Cheetah provides.”
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