‘Can you afford not to go to the Cloud?’ SYDNEY, Australia (February 29, 2012)
With everything considered, can you afford to ignore competitive advantage?
To date, we at Cloud Adapt have spoken on a macro level around the benefits that Cloud computing delivers, however when you step back and look at the situation from a global comparative perspective and consider all the factors, can you afford not to go Cloud?
Let’s talk about the elephant in the room, “the economy”. Let’s face it, the Greek crisis, US debt, China slowing, Australia all but to date having avoided the largest economic crisis of the western world within the majority of our living lifetimes.
So what does the future hold? Will living costs reduce and our competitiveness increase? Are we destined for less competition into the future? Will the competitive pressures offshore reduce, are we set for resilience based upon protection delivered by the mining boom?
Of course not. Julia saved her job, immediately the placards of the protesters being aired on Channel Nine bore the theme “you saved your job – now save ours”, unfortunately the competition from offshore is more intense than ever; jobs are being lost across the manufacturing sectors and export companies wholesale.
Whilst the vast majority of Australians enjoy a great standard of living watching our 50-inch plasmas sitting in our living room sipping our Australian reds, the rest of the world is licking their wounds plotting a better lifestyle and a return to greater competitiveness.
Given a high Australian dollar, imports cost less than ever, with exports unfortunately having to compete at a disadvantage given the handicap of the dollar. With artificial currency manipulation in Asia ensuring this disadvantage remains we believe Australian companies have no choice than to seek every advantage we can find.
So given the opportunity to reduce your computing costs by more than 70%, as well as opening the door to mobile computing, remote working and increased collaboration and productivity, can you afford to ignore this competitive advantage?
If your competitor is able to reduce their IT spend by $1.1 Million in their first year, how would you compete against that?, rather than having to answer that question, let the experts at Cloud Adapt assist you in demonstrating how to ensure your IT services are delivered at a fraction of their cost today leveraging the Cloud.
As this case study shows – Cut 70% against your IT spend.
Competitive advantage is within reach, in fact it may only be a phone call away, by calling us on 1300 66 55 18
“Cloud Adapt’s Cloud consulting is on a par, if not better than, the quality of KPMG and Accenture engagements, at a fraction of the price”.
CFO – Australian organisation.
- in response to our consulting report which demonstrated $1.1M dollars cost savings over 3 years across their 300 employees spend on email and office productivity.
We are so confident Cloud Computing will provide real business benefits, that all consulting engagements are backed by a 30% cost savings guarantee; if we cannot remove more than 30% cost against the otherwise spend in the areas we study, then there is no charge for our services. (for the average organisation we study our consulting fees represent around 1% of the savings we project).
For more information or for further details of how to organise consulting, please contact your Cloud Adapt representative or email email@example.com
About Cloud Adapt
Cloud Adapt helps organisations realise the benefits of Cloud based business applications by providing software and services that are focused on removing cost, improving productivity and ensuring that change management is tailored to meet customers’ specific requirements.
Cloud Adapt is Australian owned and managed and is represented in Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Brisbane. Find out why Cloud Adapt was a recent finalist in the Red Herring 100 companies to watch in the Asia Pacific Region at www.redherring.com/RHA/2011/finalists.html or by calling us on 1300 66 55 18
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