SCOTTSDALE, Arizona, Nov. 26, 2018 – Paradigm Technology, a strategic consulting and digital transformation provider, announced today that, in partnership with Informatica, they will be providing interconnectivity amongst legacy and cloud systems to enable a newly adopted enterprise resource planning (ERP) system.

The Client, a domain name registrar, powers the world’s largest cloud platform dedicated to small, independent ventures. They offer individuals and companies a web-based platform for success and exposure, boasting 18 million customers and 77 million domain names.

Last year, the Client chose a technology vendor, Workday, to provide them with a cloud ERP system for finance, HR, and planning – a great starting point for their digital transformation. However, in order to fulfill their vision of a single platform they needed to create a strategic vision and tactical approach. They required strategic assistance and technical expertise to connect their hybrid technical landscape from legacy systems to newer, cloud-based applications.

Paradigm Technology partnered with Informatica to deliver integration and thought leadership, creating a repeatable, factory-type environment, making integration processes easily repeatable. Paradigm and Informatica’s solution enabled interconnectivity amongst the Client’s legacy and cloud systems and allowed for an enhanced data quality procedure before feeding the data into Workday’s ERP system.

Chris Gately, Chief Revenue Officer at Paradigm Technology states: “This client has been a pleasure to work with. They’re dynamic and technologically savvy. We’re grateful that they are receiving value in our efforts, specifically in their time-to-marketing with their ERP system.”

About Paradigm Technology
An award-winning end-to-end strategic solutions provider, Paradigm Technology is a leader in Digital Transformation, working for 25 years with the Fortune 500. We enable our clients in: Customer & Vendor Centricity, Data Governance, Real-time Analytics, and Cloud Adoption. Our Data Scientists help make sense of IoT and Big Data to predict and answer the hard questions to grow revenues, reduce costs, and avoid risk. Paradigm’s Business Transformation practice supports this through IT simplification, change management, and robotic automation.