Recently a nurse friend asked me, what do I do for work? I was lost for thought for a while as I contemplated how do I explain my work in a completely non-technical fashion, and not bore someone to tears.

After some consternation and deliberation, I figured actually there are so many ways to skin the cat, so let’s begin.

Problem, solution and result (client developers’ POV)

  • lack of time, expertise, and resources to procure the right backend infrastructure
  • We analyse for hundreds of companies and can provide the solutions they need
  • Money saved, more efficient, resilient infrastructure

Problem, solution and result (client IT manager’s POV)

  • lack of time, expertise, and resources to procure the right licenses
  • We analyse for hundreds of companies and can provide the solutions they need
  • Money saved, more efficient, resilient licensing of SaaS, PaaS and IaaS

Problem, solution and result (client C-level’s POV)

  • lack of time, expertise, and resources for digital transformation
  • We analyse for hundreds of companies and can provide the solutions they need
  • Money saved, more efficient, resilient and technology enabled workforce

Problem, solution and result (partners’ POV)

  • lack of time, expertise, and resources for provide solutions to customers
  • We have contacts with thousands of customers and provide our expert advice
  • Money saved, more efficient, resilient and technology enabled client workforce

Industry’s past, present and future

  • On-premise, private cloud
  • Hybrid cloud
  • Public/hybrid cloud

Company’s past, present and future

  • licensing, business solutions, saw many clients with difficulties in moving to cloud, managing the cloud
  • Spearhead the practice of Cloud Economics and lead the industry to find the best practices
  • A sustainable and better managed backend SaaS, PaaS and IaaS

My past work, present and future

  • On-premise reviewing
  • Cloud reviewing and advising
  • Cloud management

Typically seen messing around with AWS