Westborough, MA, October 28, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- There are many arguments in favor of cloud computing adoption in the SMB market (companies that employ between 10 and 500 employees) and there is enough momentum to consider the adoption of cloud computing as a self-sustaining trend. In a recent study, AMI Partners mentioned access to infrastructure, compelling price models and the current economy as the cause of this accelerated adoption.
According to the most recent data published by the Small Business Administration Office of Advocacy, in New England alone, there are more than 320 thousand SMB’s of which 58% are in professional services, retail and health care: all great candidates to run their business in the cloud.
“We have seen many companies get excited about implementing cloud computing solutions, specially CRM, and a few months later discover that they have not made the expected progress and their user adoption is less than optimal,” said Alfredo Arcieri, Sales and Marketing Director for Infolastic.
According to Mr. Arcieri, a quick, affordable and professional implementation that includes data and post-go live support is the key for a successful switch to the cloud in the SMB’s. “That’s why we are launching our QuickStart Initiative.” Today's platform as a service (PaaS) offerings are a modern, robust, safe and cost-efficient way of giving companies a competitive edge.
Infolastic is a Registered Consulting Partner of Salesforce.com and developer of enterprise cloud computing applications that simplify business processes. Generating value through measurable results. For more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.infolastic.com