IVP Aims to Bring Most Applications to the Cloud This Year

It has already moved seven of its 16 offerings to the cloud.


Indus Valley Partners (IVP) wants to bring almost all of its applications natively into the cloud. To that aim, it hopes to have 12 of its 16 applications transferred by the end of 2020.

Gurvinder Singh, founder and chief executive officer of Indus Valley Partners, says moving most of its applications lets the company offer more flexibility to clients.

“We’re going to offer most of our solutions natively on the cloud; it will not be a matter of lifting and shifting the application. We’re going

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