Our Cloud Computing Business model is ideal for companies that consider certain business processes as opportunities to enjoy significant cost reduction by means of shared software, infrastructure and resources. Our Cloud computing model describes a new supplement, consumption and delivery model for software based on the internet and it involves over-the-internet provision of dynamically scalable and often virtualized resources.
Companies choose Cloud computing for the following reasons:
To reduce cost on non-strategic processes where the company has no competitive advantage.
To adopt standard industry practices and apply them to the company’s business processes.
To manage operations and processes when the company has scarce IT and/or business resources.
Our proven business model “Layered Technology” with its inherent multi-tenancy, power processing, and ease of configuration capabilities and benefits makes it the perfect fit for specific business processes of a company. Our Cloud services have the options of SaaS, PaaS and IaaS. The customer benefits by subscribing to the usage of software but does not own it. Hence the implementation phase is much shorter and faster than an ‘Enterprise Model’ where the first two phases of the model such as the ‘Planning and Analysis’ and Design phases can be skipped. They directly focus on the next steps like Build/Configure, Deliver and Operate.
The company saves a large amount of money because it need not buy the software, hardware and infrastructure
The company is assured of shorter and faster implementation of the business model
Our cloud computing services are best suited for business processes that rely on standard industry practices and standard data exchange that are ripe for cloud computing because such processes are virtual commodities with no inherent competitive advantages among companies. Chargeback processing is an excellent example of a process that is ripe for commoditization or cloud computing, because every company in the industry processes chargebacks according to the same set of HDMA validation checkpoints and everyone uses standard EDI processes for data exchange including 844’s and 849’s.
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