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Increase your Business Performance with Cloud Integration

 
Cloud Integration

In the recent years, cloud integration has gained the confidence of many organizations and corporations that implement Software as a Service (SaaS). It offers various advantages through compartmentalized organizational methods. Networks that incorporate cloud integration are able to communicate directly or through a third party. Moreover, it helps enterprises accomplish fundamental objectives that increase their performance.

Cloud integration accelerates time to market. Your suppliers, customers and partners want access to your products and services not only when your IT team is around to deliver the supporting functionality. They want access now. Your biggest challenge is to launch innovative products and services more rapidly than your competitors. And, only a fully-integrated stack such as SaaS is optimized for that prompt delivery.

Cloud integration also allows you to buy as much or as less as you need. Perhaps, the biggest benefit of cloud integration is letting you scale up and down at a given point in time. You do not need to over-provide for spikes in your customer demands. As long as cloud applications and infrastructure are built to the industry’s standards, customers can quickly increase or decrease as business conditions dictate.

There are many other benefits that help you increase your business performance. Cloud integration reduces cost. The more effective the integration is, the less people and effort you require to keep your enterprise running. As a result, you can lower the total cost of ownership. It also helps you extend the life of your applications and legacy investments and lets you to tap into data storages.

Agility, flexibility and cost advantages are all important to accomplish your business goals. You need these to increase your business performance. And, Cloud integration offers you that opportunity. It reduces cost and accelerates time to market. It also allows you to scale down and up as you need. Through a cloud integration platform, you are able to effectively address the demands of your customers.

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Charlie Alsmiller

Throughout his career, Charlie Alsmiller has focused on customer problems in difficult industries such as Energy and Telecommunications. Prior to starting Appterra in 2005, Alsmiller was VP of Global Operations for Allegro Development, a leading provider of software for the energy sector. He has also served as president of OmniSpace Technologies, a leading SaaS provider that he founded in 1999. He spent over 10 years in the consulting world with Price Waterhouse and Deloitte Consulting, where he participated in a wide variety of projects for very high profile clients. Mr. Alsmiller holds a BBA from Baylor University in Management and Information Systems and a MBA from the University of Dallas in International Business. Specialties: Technology ventures, Enterprise Software, Contract Negotiation, International Operations, Private Equity, Product Management, Strategic Alliances, Software Implementation, Software Development

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