With today's stagnate economy, it is imperative that businesses look at all aspects of their operations to find ways of increasing efficiency and productivity, at the same time reducing their operating costs. In order to gain a lasting competitive advantage that will support all current and future technology needs, more and more business are beginning to utilize the virtually limitless power of cloud computing. While cloud computing is not a new concept, its growing adaptation has lead to innovative opportunities for small start-ups to Fortune 500 companies. Cloud computing has changed how classical resources are provisioned and has created a low cost, scalable, collaborative environment where custom infrastructure is generated on demand.
With cloud computing, resources can be provisioned and synched with organizations demands on the fly. Cloud computing is truly an “on demand system”, in that, businesses can use only what they need when they need it. This encompasses the complete infrastructure of an organization, including: software, services and hardware - to the consumption of these resources.
Cloud computing provides software, platform and infrastructure as a service, that can be used in part or in whole as a solution. It allows organizations to pay for only what they use and it provides a unique testing environment for new software and services without the commitment of ownership. Cloud computing can be a collaborative environment, where company resources are omnipresent and easily accessible from almost any device, regardless of location - It is a on-demand self service that offers ubiquitous network access for both public and private users. With the flexibility, minimal cost, and virtually infinite power, it should be of no surprise why many are utilizing the cloud for business intelligence.
Cloud computing is continually being developed, implemented, tested and improved as more applications and services are intergraded. The cloud brings in a new paradigm shift and changes the way business operates and use technology. Organizations will have increased agility by utilizing the latest technology supported by teams of experts while paying just for what is used in a predictable, cost controlled way without significant investment. Finding the right cloud solution cannot be achieved overnight and may not lie within a single provider. Business intelligence, data quality and master data management are migrating to the cloud to provide a low cost scalable solution for organization to embrace and maximize the power of their data. Different organizations will have different definitions and requirements for their data, but it ultimately boils down to how your data is being used. Data is an organization most valuable asset and must be usable by organizations for constant growth.
We at Scalable Systems view our solutions approach to customer data as an art form - because it is both a creative and constantly evolving process. Rather than merely cleansing and organizing your database, our preference is to continually nurture, organize, cherish, and maintain your data to ensure it does not become toxic at any point now or in the future. With our expertise in data model architecture, database administration, data migration, sound database development, data quality framework, and master data management, we provide holistic and long-term solutions for the most important asset of your organization – Data.
With our established history of expertise in data management and integration Scalable Systems can assist in all of your cloud based initiatives. Whether you are looking for business intelligence, master data management, data quality control, data analytics and reporting or complete custom solutions that utilize all layers of the cloud, our consultants can provide an unmatched solution that will drive your organization to the next level. Transforming your data into intelligence that can be custom tailored and delivered to anyone and everyone by using the power of the cloud.
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