Archinnova, a leading innovative business technology consulting and implementation firm, has been selected by the Mohammed Bin Rashid Housing Establishment (MRHE) to help fully automate its application delivery lifecycle.
As per the contract, Archinnova is the system integrator and will be responsible for educating, implementing and supporting the installation and application of the ‘DevOps Solution.’
The move has positioned MRHE among the first government entities in the Middle East region to implement end-to-end, best in breed ‘DevOps Solution,’ which in turn can help in achieving Agile software development status in practice, culture and technology.
The MRHE's vision is aimed towards providing a house for every citizen, thereby ensuring happiness and helping them improve their quality of life, said a senior official.
"Dubai is currently in the process of transformation, integration and innovation, with happiness being the core of its success," remarked Talal Ahmed Ali, the IT director, MRHE.
"As part of its efforts to achieve this vision, MRHE is looking to reinforce housing policies and set a strategic goal of providing around 15,000 versatile housing services by the end of 2020," stated Ali.
"Utilising DevOps will allow MRHE to enable an internal IT organization to allow the deployment of newer e-services to its customers; encourage better interaction with customers and increase service quality, especially in handing client feedback, complaints and suggestions with high efficiency and productivity," he added.
On the contract win, Diyaa Zebian, the chief executive of Archinnova, said:"We are proud to bring and implement the 'DevOps Solution' for MRHE, which encourages innovation through collaboration."
"The successful collaboration between development, operations and business teams remains the formula for success for a best customer experience. The implementation of 'DevOps Solution' offers faster delivery of features, a more stable operating environment, improved communication and more time to innovate," he added.-TradeArabia News Service
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