By using a cloud native approach, organizations choose an existing software service over a custom build solution. This makes the value of the technology stack more transparent. Deploying multiple SaaS applications to meet your business objectives creates a best of breed ecosystem.
Applying a saas first strategy requires a new technology mindset and a critical look at your digital platform. How are mission-critical processes supported? What software is most important to your organization, is this system obsolete? How is it supported and are there any updates and upgrades coming out, and what are the costs involved? By asking yourself these questions and looking at the future of your platform, moving to a saas first strategy may be of best interest to your organization.
Applying a cloud native strategy requires a new technological mindset and a critical look at the digital platform. How are mission-critical processes supported? Which software is most important to the organization? How is it supported and are there updates and upgrades available in the future, and what costs are involved? Is there legacy software being used? By asking these questions and looking at the future-readiness of the platform, the step towards a cloud native strategy may be interesting.
For every business process, there is different software as a service (SaaS) platform available, each with its benefits. We help make the choice for the right solution, based on your business needs and ambitions of your brand.
Cloud native software is software build within the cloud. This is different from software that has been rebuilt to run in the cloud. When an application is cloud-native, it means it is built with technologies that are also developed in the cloud. These technologies and services are much more flexible than traditional technologies, which means that cloud-native applications can be consistently tuned and optimised for their specific application, as well as speed, security and performance. Thanks to their cloud native architecture, developers can develop new functionalities and features faster and bring them to production. This is essential in a world where the needs of customers and users change rapidly.