Charlotte, North Carolina, April 8, 2020
CAST, renowned as the provider of the most accurate ‘MRI for software,’ today became the latest corporate member of the North Carolina Technology Association (NC TECH), the premier statewide leadership organization representing the technology industry. This new relationship demonstrates CAST’s joint commitment with NC TECH to foster growth and champion innovation in North Carolina’s tech sector.
“CAST is excited for the opportunities ahead in North Carolina,” said Ernie Hu, general manager and COO, CAST North America. “We look forward to working with this dynamic community of influencers and innovators as we look to advance the state’s tech future.”
CAST was found by French entrepreneur Vincent Delaroche, a true believer in the phrase, “You can’t manage what you don’t see.” He started a movement, which led to creating the Software Intelligence market category to help executives make objective and informed software decisions, accelerate cloud migration journeys, and raise the security, resiliency and quality of their software assets.
“NC TECH is always looking for new members like CAST that demonstrate a dedication to digital innovation throughout the state,” said Brooks Raiford, president & CEO, NC TECH. “Through the involvement of companies like this, our organization will help North Carolina’s active tech sector continue to thrive and grow.”
CAST is the pioneer and category leader in Software Intelligence, providing insight into the structural condition of software assets. Its technology is known as the most accurate “MRI for Software”, the result of $200M of R&D. It is used to analyze entire software portfolios at lightning speed or run deep, fine-grained analysis of any custom build software structure, and produce actionable insights into software composition, architectures, database structures, critical flaws, quality grades, cloud readiness levels and work effort metrics. Thousands of digital leaders rely on CAST globally to make objective decisions, accelerate modernization, enhance the security and resiliency of mission critical software. Visit castsoftware.com.
About NC TECH:
The North Carolina Technology Association has a mission to foster growth and champion innovation in North Carolina’s tech sector, while providing a voice for the tech community. The organization works to achieve its mission through four core pillars: professional networks, government affairs, talent development and sector promotion. For more information, visit https://www.nctech.org.