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Driving Enterprise Agility and High Performance
Today the era of open source for mission-critical systems is solidly underway. Open source is proving itself as a driving force behind enterprise IT innovation, operational effectiveness and business value creation. Although cost control remains a factor for choosing open source, the potential for organisations to benefit from improved software quality, reliability, security and feature sets has led many decision makers to seriously commit to using open source in the enterprise.
Open source is now integral to business—a real alternative to proprietary software. With its flexibility to simplify the development, design and implementation of business-critical applications, open source has hit prime time.
Download our brochure, “Accenture Open Source Software Services: Driving Enterprise Agility and High Performance” for more information.
Accenture has an unparalleled capacity to innovate and execute on the promise of open source through our wide-ranging resources and global capabilities:
The Accenture Innovation Centre for Open Source captures our innovation, skills, solutions, and vendor network to show clients how open source solutions—assessed and tested by the centre—can work in simulated environments.
As the largest vendor-neutral systems integrator worldwide, Accenture collaborates with a growing ecosystem of open source vendors—including Alfresco Software, Black Duck™, Canonical, EnterpriseDB, Infobright, Ingres, Jaspersoft, Liferay, MuleSoft®, Novell, OpenLogic, Oracle Corp., Pentaho Corp., SpringSource, Red Hat, and Talend —whose technologies are integral to client success, from robust open source software development to compelling enterprise innovation and cost management.
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Accenture offers the following strategy and delivery services for open source:
Opportunity Assessment for Open Source. A structured strategic roadmap to help clients.
Governance for Open Source. Control and management of open source within an enterprise.
Substitution and Migration. Approaches and assets to replace proprietary technologies with open source equivalents.
Infrastructure. Addresses key areas including open virtualisation and operations.
Portal and Business Intelligence. Speeds portal design and management of large information repositories.
Content and Document Management. Supports the publishing and management of large document repositories.
Embedded and Mobile. To develop effective and embedded product initiatives.
Functional Open Source Applications. For commoditised parts of the enterprise software space.
Integration and Custom Development. Including application design and development and more.
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