The Utility industry is not necessarily known for being an early adopter of enterprise technology. However, the industry's business model is associated with one of the avante garde concepts in the field. In this editon of 1on1 with BizTechReports, Ash Massoudi, CEO & Co-Founder of NextAxiom explores with us how utility computing is being adopted in the industry that gave it its name, and we discuss how this techology is becoming increasingly accessible as mobility and cloud computing introduce higher levels of complexity into the industry.
Ash is a proven entrepreneur and a software inventor with the vision to incrementally unify all information technology assets unleashing a new wave of business automation. Ash founded NextAxiom Technology in May 2000 and led the creation of a patented software platform that significantly eases new software development on top of existing application functionality. He played the pivotal role in successfully propelling NextAxiom through the concept, R&D production, and customer acquisition stages into its current expansion phase. Before co-founding NextAxiom, as Director of Integration Technologies at PeopleSoft, Ash was responsible for delivering PeopleSoft’s complete suite of integration technologies, including PeopleSoft’s business components and near real-time application messaging solutions, which was deployed at over 4000 customers worldwide. Ash also managed the assimilation of Advance Supply Chain Planning products within the PeopleSoft technology platform as a result of PeopleSoft's $275 Million dollar acquisition of Red Pepper Software.
Utilities worldwide use the NextAxiom hyperService® Platform to power Intelligent Information Flow across application silos. NextAxiom modernizes existing systems with automatic SOA, enabling enterprise mobility solutions on top of existing applications, and virtualizing functions for reuse in new cloud development. The hyperService® Platform is available on a risk-free metered model.
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