Modern Software Technology Group (MSFT) is a new software development company that has been set up to create and develop software technologies for the enterprise.
The company will develop software for enterprise-scale software development.
The group is being run by Andrew Tapp, an executive in software and services at Cisco, as well as Mark D’Arcy, the chief technology officer of a software company, and Nick Burt, a software engineer.
They have formed a new business called Modern Software technologies.
“We’re here to deliver on the promise of our technology and deliver on what we’ve done over the last five years,” said Mr D’arcy.
“I’m excited to be working with the guys at Modern Software.”
The group has already developed a suite of technologies for commercial software development, including a new set of tools for the cloud and an application that can be used to integrate with various cloud services.
The software development group is the latest venture by the company to develop software-based solutions for the digital transformation of the company.
The organisation also announced last week that it was hiring more software engineers.
“Modern Software Technology is the next chapter in the evolution of the group,” said Ross Smith, managing director of Modern Software Services.
“It’s an exciting time for the group.
We’re excited to see what the future holds.”
The technology group has launched its new website and blog, and is currently recruiting for a new senior software engineer position.
“This is our first real foray into the technology space, and we’re incredibly proud of the work we’ve been able to put in,” said Mark D-Arcy.