Get a transparent view of your IT costs and identify potential savings with a comprehensive Cloud TCO Analysis.
We start the Cloud TCO Analysis process by understanding your business goals and assessing your current IT infrastructure. This ensures a personalised approach that addresses your unique needs and maximises the value of the analysis.
Our proprietary Delta-Calc method takes into account all relevant costs, including projected growth, potential continued data centre operation, and adjusted AWS environment architecture. This comprehensive method allows for a more accurate and customised analysis of your cloud infrastructure costs.
As a result of the Cloud TCO Analysis, you will receive a cost comparison, sizing, technical concept for the recommended or optimised architecture, a training and development plan, and a detailed project plan. These deliverables provide a clear roadmap for your cloud migration journey and ensure that your organisation is well-prepared for the transition.
Discover potential cost savings and optimisation opportunities for your IT infrastructure with our expert Cloud TCO Analysis.
Personalised assessment of your current IT infrastructure
Customised Delta-Calc method for accurate cost analysis
Comprehensive deliverables for a clear migration roadmap
Expert guidance from our AWS Managed Services team
Our AWS Premier Partner status signifies our deep-rooted commitment to delivering exceptional solutions across the AWS ecosystem. Our proven service delivery processes, extensive certifications, and accreditations showcase our dedication to ensuring your success in the cloud. Through our expertise and partnership with AWS, we've helped organisations grow and reach their business goals using the cloud, wherever they are in their cloud journey by actively participating in programs, competencies and training available only to AWS partners and integrating that into our service offering.
Switching IT infrastructure to the Public Cloud can save up to 80% energy, according to 451 Research study.
What is more important when evaluating a possible cloud strategy than the associated cost analysis?