Extremely challenging system carve-out

An Australian retail company had to extract their New Zealand subsidiary (Net Xpress) to a separate hosting location. The goal was to carve out necessary data and move it to Microsoft Azure. Datavard and DXC partnered up to complete the project on time and in budget.

“Many partners we approached declined to partake – they said it couldn’t be done. Net Xpress went live 5 days ahead of schedule, with no customer disruption and volumes traded more than 10% up during Q1.”

– Joe Taylor, CEO at Net Xpress

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