The new The Accenture VMware Business Group, which represents a new multi-year, multi-million-dollar investment from the two companies, will help organizations adopt a “cloud first” strategy, accelerating migration to the cloud, building modern apps rapidly, and using the cloud as a foundation for innovation and new business models, ultimately realizing greater value.
The new business group brings together dedicated professionals with deep expertise in hybrid cloud and cloud migrations, cloud native and application modernization and security across key industries.
Supported by approximately 2,000 Accenture cloud professionals trained in VMware products and services, the Accenture VMware Business Group is part of Accenture Cloud First, which Accenture launched in 2020 with a $3 billion investment in new capabilities, solutions, partnerships and client engagements to help clients shape, move and operate their businesses in the cloud.
The group will invest in joint go-to-market and sales operations, training of more Accenture practitioners in VMware technologies and the development of new service offerings, assets and accelerators underpinned by VMware technologies.
The two companies will also develop pre-engineered vertical industry solutions, including a platform to help telecommunications companies accelerate the rollout of 5G and edge computing services.
The new business group will launch a specialized VMware Cloud Migration Factory to migrate computing workloads to the cloud rapidly and more securely, using highly automated processes.
The VMware Cloud Migration Factory will give clients access to a controlled environment and dedicated resources to plan, test, migrate and modernize applications at scale to their preferred public, private and/or hybrid cloud — reducing the risk of moving VMware workloads and accelerating time-to-value.