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Persistent Systems case study

Software Services Provider Delivers Cost- Effective E-Government Solution

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Persistent Systems provides software development services that help enterprises and public sector customers enhance their offerings. One of the company's primary offerings is an e- government solution that helps governments and agencies deliver services and interact with constituents electronically. However, the company's ability to promote the solution was often limited by the IT infrastructure capacity of governments in developing regions. Persistent Systems needed a way to deliver its solution without requiring local governments to invest in new IT infrastructure and personnel. The company used the Windows AzureTM platform to deliver its e-governance applications on the Internet through a Microsoft data center. Now Persistent Systems can offer its e-government solution in a high-availability environment while reducing capital and maintenance costs for itself and its customers.

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