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Torry Harris unveils new SaaS plans to aid SMEs amid COVID-19 outbreak


Torry Harris Integration Solutions (THIS), a Bengaluru-based software company and a trusted advisor of digital access to global enterprises, has recently released its product portal with new SaaS plans to simplify consumer’s buying experience.

According to Karthik TS, Head of Center of Excellence, Torry Harris Integration Solutions, creating digital ecosystems becomes more important in a post COVID-19 world. It is specifically important for SMEs that are dependent on physical contact within constrained geographical reach and are highly affected in terms of economy. Their company is working with enterprises to prepare them with training, strategy, and tools for accelerating the SME sector.

Shuba Sridhar, Vice President of Strategic Initiatives, Torry Harris Integration Solutions, commented that the company’s products empower digital ecosystems with the help and adoption of API based digital opportunities.

With its SaaS plans, THIS would offer a more accelerated and flexible go-to-market approach with white-label alternatives. It is providing contextual training services for digital upskilling customer teams.

In other news, US-based SaaS startup, Clumio announced its plans to expand its operation in Bengaluru, India. The company revealed that it would multiply the headcount at its India R&D facility located in Bengaluru by year-end. The unit currently houses nearly 34 employees.

Reportedly, the SaaS company intends to have a total of 70 employees by the year-end. Established in 2017, Clumio was co-founded by Kaustubh Patil, Woon Jung, and Poojan Kumar. Up to this date, the firm has managed to secure a total of $186 million in funding.

Sources cite that the Bengaluru center would play an integral role in enhancing Clumio’s ability to deliver and build services on its platform that are based on Amazon Web Services. As per Poojan, the R&D unit in India comes as a strategic investment for the firm to build and innovate SaaS-based data protection technologies.

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