Applications & Cloud Technology
There’s a critical similarity between all successful organizations: their ability to adapt quickly to change. Companies that can seamlessly pivot and strike quickly are the ones that can get ahead of the competition and stay ahead.
Simply stated, agility is key to long-term success in today’s age of disruption. So how can you ensure your business is truly nimble and ready to excel?
That’s where Sogeti comes in.
Our Applications & Cloud Technologies (ACT) practice is designed specifically to help you accelerate your time-to-market and overall agility while reducing costs and modernizing your portfolio all at the same time.
Built on strong partnerships with Microsoft and AWS, our ACT portfolio is designed to help you put today’s latest technologies and innovations into action, transforming your software, applications, and processes into true competitive advantages. Together we can help you:
- Shift to a cloud-first strategy.
- Develop native cloud apps.
- Implement DevOps best practices.
- Use automation to reduce time-to-market.
- Execute and enhance SAFe and Agile practices.
No matter where you are today, Sogeti's team is ready to help you accelerate your results for tomorrow. Contact us to learn how IT is possible™.
Program & Project Management
Application Development & Maintenance
DevOps & Agile Adoption
- Brian HammondExecutive Vice President Applications & Cloud Technology
Brian HammondExecutive Vice President Applications & Cloud Technology
Brian Hammond is a Sr. Regional VP with 15 years of experience in the information technology industry.
He joined the company in 2000 as a software engineer and has held a variety of positions with the company, including Consultant, Regional Microsoft Practice Manager, Account Manager for Toyota North America, National Microsoft Practice Manager, Geographic Vice President of Cincinnati, and Regional Vice President of Heartland.
Prior experience includes Cincinnati Automation, Erlanger City Council, and North American Software. Brian holds a degree in Engineering from the University of Kentucky.