Make your business case for cloud migration clear, results-driven and tangible.
Moving into the cloud can be complex and frustrating or simplified, strategic, and exciting. For many organisations, the former is often experienced. A lack of clarity on short-, mid-, and long-term business goals and little understanding of how to realise them through cloud technology causes stagnation, and worse yet, a string of poor decisions that carry more risk and cost.
Planning is Required
For stakeholders with dreams of the cloud, a poorly defined business case fails to highlight key factors. Migration to the cloud involves more than picking a vendor. You must account for legal and regulatory requirements, security, how to transition from your existing infrastructure and what that means for operations, the cost of winding down or continuing to run your current network, and much more.
Failure to account for these and other critical factors can be damaging to your technology ecosystem, slowing transition to the cloud, and threatening your organisation’s livelihood.
Through many engagements with major public and private sector organisations, we have found that designing a viable digital business case for the cloud is best achieved in a six-part phased approach. It should include:
UBDS has the talent and expertise required to build sound and effective digital business cases. Our team of senior technology, service finance, and commercial cloud practitioners have been the brains behind the development of hybrid and public digital business cases for the public and private sectors.
We’re ready to design a thorough digital business case, by:
As cloud migration specialists, the scope of our services doesn’t end upon business case delivery. We have an experienced and specialist team ready to help you realise your cloud migration. Having served as the go-to partner for the public and private sector, including well-known financial institutions, we’re able to create and implement a cloud business case for your unique requirements.
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