The framework is built around a tool Enquizit refers to as Skymap—a cloud migration acceleration solution that is the fruit of Enquizit’s years of experience in mass migration of critical workloads and building complex applications. The firm has been moving large, complex IT environments to the cloud for government agencies, educational institutions, and commercial organizations since 2011 and helping them achieve their objectives through application modernization. “We understand the value of attaining short-term goals rapidly and then switching to opportunistic application modernization to exploit the capabilities of the cloud,” says Enquizit’s president TC Ratnapuri.
Using Skymap, Enquizit supports government agencies throughout the cloud migration process—from initial assessments to planning and testing to optimization.
The company’s pragmatic approach to engaging with clients to clearly understand their vision, goals, scope, TCO, and expectations and accordingly provide the services is what sets Enquizit apart in the marketplace.“Our team’s ability to balance prudence with innovation helps solve truly complex problems for our customers,” informs Gustavo Costa, VP business development at Enquizit.
Our ability to form passionate teams while balancing prudence with innovation, help us solve truly complex problems for our customers
Enquizit, which has a large client base, exults having a 100 percent success rate with each one of them. A testament to this is their success story with the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA). SBA, whose primary mission is to assist small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) and their contracting personnel to ensure fair proportions of contracts are awarded to SMBs, had outdated software applications that underpin the process. Enquizit stepped in and analyzed all of SBA’s applications and their intended usage, and designed a customizable, modern, cloud-based unified case management system. “The implementation strategy also included a multi-tiered solution that was developed iteratively using an agile framework,” remarks Costa. The result: SBA experienced an improved customer success rate and was able to manage applications much more efficiently.
For the road ahead, Enquizit plans to offer deeper and more focused services that help reduce the friction in cloud consumption. “We are increasing our technical capabilities in key areas such as machine learning, AI and our internal cloud migration factory to allow Enquizit to better serve our strategic growth as well as our expanding clientele,” reveals Ratnapuri.