Slalom Build News
The Next Phase of Pandemic Tech Transformation by Joe Berg
Companies must move past the temporary, band-aid solutions of last year and make those sweeping changes permanent. It’s time to move forward with true, sustainable change: Technical, experiential and, most importantly, cultural. Every company will need to become a modern technology company capable of delivering first-class digital solutions to customers, partners and employees—or risk becoming obsolete.
Slalom and AWS Announce Launch Centers to Help Enterprises Accelerate Business Transformation and Modernize IT Services
AWS | Slalom Launch Centers will provide customers with end-to-end cloud migration services, combining the power of AWS Professional Services with Slalom technology building and consulting services. Three Launch Centers will initially open in Seattle, Chicago, and Atlanta with plans to open more centers around the world within in the next three years. The Launch Centers will help customers accelerate their IT modernization and migration strategies to achieve fully optimized, cloud-based operating models.
Q&A with Mike Cowden: Cloud-native ecosystem success brings the best of multiple worlds into one place
“In the world we work in today, you have to have proximity to the problem that you’re trying to solve,” said Mike Cowden, president of Slalom Build. “So we try to get as close as we can to our customers and create long-term relationships, just like our customers are creating with these new modern technologies.”
Emerging Patterns in SRE Implementation
First we were told that every company will become a technology company. Then the tides shifted to every company will become a DevOps company. Now the zeitgeist has a new obsession: Every company will become a Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) company.
AWS teams up with Slalom to help businesses migrate to the cloud
Amazon Web Services Inc. wants to help educate businesses on how to go about migrating to its public cloud infrastructure, and it’s tapping the expertise of technology firm Slalom to aid it in that endeavor.
Slalom Build President Mike Cowden on theCUBE
President Mike Cowden of Slalom Build joins theCUBE to talk about why every organization needs to be cloud reborn.
AWS, Slalom Unveil Joint Cloud Launch Centers
Amazon Web Services and Slalom will open joint Launch Centers to help accelerate enterprise customers’ cloud migrations and modernize their information technology services. This is the first time AWS and Slalom’s customers will have the experience of working with them at the same time, in the same location, solving the same problem, says Michael Cowden, president of Slalom Build.
AWS CEO Andy Jassy’s ‘Very Ambitious Plan’ To Keep AWS On Top
Relying heavily on partners like Slalom, AWS CEO Andy Jassy aims to keep the cloud giant at the top of the computing pyramid by adding more technology services, lowering costs for customers, and expanding its commitment to the company’s fast-growing AWS Partner Network.
Partners in Digital Experience: Slalom on Strategic Transformation
Our own marketing technology leader Andy Hieb talked with partner Acquia about Content as a Service, customer data platforms, and staying grounded in strategic and ethical thinking in the midst of digital transformation.
Thinking of Outsourcing Your Next Software Project? Think Again.
Outsourcing can help solve well-understood operational problems like sales pipelines, taxes, and expenses. But more complex problems require faster implementations of lean techniques that work best with teams in close physical and cultural proximity. Slalom Build's Ian Cook makes the case for why your business should rethink outsourcing.