Endava is reimagining the relationship between people and technology. By leveraging next-generation technologies, our agile, multi-disciplinary teams provide a combination of Product & Technology Strategies, Intelligent Experiences, and World-Class Engineering to help our clients become more engaging, responsive, and efficient.
Endava invests in developing the Migration and Modernization Competency to help businesses move successfully to AWS, through all phases of complex migration projects, discovery, planning, migration, and operations.
Endava has technical proficiency and proven customer success in cloud migration and application modernization, delivering for customers:
■ Faster and automated application portfolio assessments for modernization, cutting weeks of effort needed for modernization assessments.
■ Automated business case for application modernization using containers and serverless if customers are already running the legacy application workloads on AWS.
■ Tools to do automated replatforming, automated refactoring, and augmented refactoring by developers.
■ Manage and govern the application while being modernized.
A major publisher, with over 200 national and regional titles, wanted to reduce the costs associated with their growing applications estate and IT infrastructure, while improving their critical business applications and services.
Through our robust and scalable business solutions, we supported the publisher in achieving enhanced service resilience, focusing on a smaller number of enterprise applications scaled according to business demand and priority. Our partnership led to significant improvements including 93% end-user satisfaction and £2.5mil cost savings per annum.
One of the world’s leading payments processing partners for issuing banks wanted to team with a technology company to support their rapidly expanding customer base.
Endava helped transform the client’s business with the cloud adoption and by introducing agile ways of working, enabling many teams to deliver on two-week sprint intervals instead of up to six months.