Clover Infotech Creates Dedicated “NoSQL” Practice
Creates a dedicated practice to address the increasing requirements in non-relational databases such as Mongo DB
Forms a core team to innovate and create advanced solutions
Mumbai, March 30th 2016: Clover Infotech, a leading IT services company and one of the most preferred service providers for relational database management has announced a practice to cater to non-relational database management systems.
The step is intended to address the increasing demand from its banking and insurance customers to create a cost-effective analytics & big data infrastructure. This comes as a logical extension to Clover Infotech’s extensive experience and expertise spanning over 2 decades in database management services. The company has also established a core team to innovate further on NoSQL technologies and create efficient solutions for its customers as per their evolving needs. With the increasing influence of social, mobility and cloud, humungous volumes of data is generated and this “practice” team at Clover Infotech enables customers to develop new age applications around NoSQL to manage this data.
Commenting on this development, Deepesh Upadhye, VP – Technology, and head of this practice, said, “The NoSQL database revolution will create a diverse set of opportunities in data collation, management and analysis. At Clover Infotech, we look forward to this opportunity and will help our customers to leverage the potential of NoSQL technologies in the best possible manner”.
Clover Infotech is highly sought for its database management services and has been conferred the CIO Choice awards for three consecutive years from 2013 to 2015. However, it has also been enabling its customers to take an informed decision to move onto NoSQL platforms by conducting extensive feasibility study of their current infrastructure. The Clover Infotech team further undertakes designing of the architecture, development of applications for NoSQL databases, implementation of NoSQL databases such as MongoDB and comprehensive support.