StormGeo and ThoughtWorks Partner to Deliver Digital Transformation in Weather Intelligence

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According to a recent press release, “StormGeo, a world-leading provider of weather intelligence and decision support services, and ThoughtWorks, a global software and digital transformation consultancy, are collaborating to leverage a future-ready enterprise technology strategy across all of StormGeo’s business lines. The partnership intends to provide a market advantage for StormGeo by advancing the company’s business agility using principles of evolutionary architecture, agile software development and design thinking. ‘We are always looking for ways to innovate our solutions both by investing in R&D and partnering with companies who are the best at what they do,’ said Per-Olof Schroeder, CEO of StormGeo. ‘ThoughtWorks provides best-in-class software development that will take our solutions to the next level and allow us to provide our customers with the high-quality experience they have come to expect from StormGeo’.”

The release goes on, “The partnership aims to accelerate the time-to-market for StormGeo solutions-giving clients an innovative, continuously improving platform and solutions that will, in turn, improve their own performance and efficiency. ‘As StormGeo’s digital transformation partners, we are furthering their global market leadership position in weather-sensitive operations support,’ said Sagar Paul, Head of Demand, ThoughtWorks India. ‘This partnership will begin with a focus on Shipping Route Advisory Services and Enterprise Architecture standards, and broadening in scope across business lines. This digital journey will empower StormGeo to deliver incremental value as the technology and business landscape evolves. The future-ready approach will also enable StormGeo to swiftly respond to new business opportunities as well as changing regulations within shipping, media, renewables and oil & gas across Asia, Europe and North America’.”

Read more at PR Newswire.

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