Sheffield data management specialist WANDisco announced to the London Stock Exchange today that it has landed a one off migration process agreement worth $9m (£7.3m).
The contract is with a “global European-based industrial and consumer goods company,” which WANdisco did not name. It did reveal that the contract will see it migrate manufacturing process and other enterprise information management data from data centres in Europe and Asia to multiple cloud service providers.
David Richards, CEO and chairman of WANdisco, said: “This is the first company to choose WANdisco’s solutions to migrate manufacturing process data at scale, utilising our unique ability to seamlessly and securely migrate large scale data from on-premise platforms to the cloud.
“Moving data from on-premise platforms to the cloud is continuing to drive a significant pipeline of opportunities for our business. Companies across multiple industry verticals face significant challenges in successfully executing this data movement and unlocking the full capabilities of the cloud. Our unique solutions, the cloud agnostic nature of our technology and our proven experience in moving data seamlessly at scale make us well placed to continue winning market share and supporting global clients in these use cases.”