Atlanta-based DevOps company recognized for its impressive thought leadership and marketing commitment at Partner Awards NORAM 2020
ATLANTA — FEBRUARY 13, 2020 — Orasi Software, a DevOps technology and consulting firm that ensures confident delivery of transformative applications, received the Marketing Excellence Award – NORAM 2020 at Dynatrace’s annual conference. The event, Perform 2020, held February 4 – 6, 2020 at The Cosmopolitan in Las Vegas, showcased the latest technical innovations and digital transformations taking place in software-driven enterprises.
“Orasi is honored to have been chosen by Dynatrace to receive this award, and we look forward to continued collaboration ahead as we help customers on their paths to a complete software quality lifecycle,” said Orasi Senior Vice President Mark Lewis. Orasi was selected for the prestigious award for its impressive marketing plans, collateral, events, thought leadership, and overall marketing commitment to its partner, Dynatrace.
Orasi has strategically partnered with Dynatrace as part of its mission of providing full lifecycle support and integration for development and delivery of market-driven products. Dynatrace’s software manages the availability and performance of software applications and measures their impact on user experience.
“As the pace of marketing transformation continues to accelerate, this year’s award winners stood apart from their peers with innovative and inspiring programs that drove substantial impact on the business,” said Troy Wright, Vice President, NORAM Partners. “Orasi demonstrated an incredible commitment to evangelizing their partnership with Dynatrace and our joint capabilities to their internal client leads and their customers with equal panache.”
Dynatrace’s Perform event, held annually, brings together thousands of technical experts, industry leaders, and some of the world’s biggest brands to share their knowledge and discuss the big trends driving the software-driven world today. This year’s four-day conference featured more than 47 speakers and 60 sessions focused on the theme of “Transform the Way You Work.”