MUMBAI, INDIA:AllTimeIT Solutions Pvt. Ltd., a conglomerate of India-based IT infrastructure services providers and system integrators, announced the launch of ‘EFFICLOUD’ — a pay-per-use cloud model that delivers reliable and resilient cloud services tailored to meet small and medium enterprise needs, as per a press statement.
As a certified HP CloudAgile partner, AllTimeIT Solutions claims, it will be able to tap HP’s network of channel partners, sales and marketing support to promote the adoption of EFFICLOUD.
EFFICLOUD is built on HP CloudSystem Matrix and delivers Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS), and Software as a Service (SaaS) targeted at performance-focused and cost-sensitive SMB and enterprise customers. EFFICLOUD is optimized by the HP Server Automation and HP Operations Orchestrator software suites, which allow AllTimeIT to offer enhanced customer experiences at a lower cost of operation through task automation, it adds.
With the goal to be a top three cloud service providers in India by 2015, AllTimeIT Solutions will offer enterprises services such as Virtual Private Server, Backup as a Service, Virtual Desktop Infrastructure, Portal as a Service and SaaS offerings in areas such as ERP, hospitality, retail and education.
Ajay Sawant, Managing Director, AllTimeIT Solutions added, “With EFFICLOUD, AllTimeIT aims to be amongst the top cloud services providers in India with the most secure and user-friendly business applications on the cloud platform. AllTimeIT aims to provide effective solutions across segments to enable organizations to drive business growth in their core competencies. Our biggest differentiator today is that we have nationwide reach, enabling SMB and enterprise customers to move in to Cloud platform and support them locally.”
“More Indian organizations are turning to the cloud to increase efficiency and agility,” said Neelam Dhawan, Vice President & General Manager, Enterprise Group and Country Managing Director, HP India. “HP CloudSystem Matrix enables EFFICLOUD clients to have access to infrastructure and applications across physical and virtual environments in minutes. This provides them with the flexibility needed to respond to evolving customer needs and market challenges.”
A recent Coleman Parkes survey commissioned by HP reveals that organizations in the Asia Pacific region are prioritizing cloud investments, with 43 per cent of enterprises expected to invest $500,000 to $1 million annually on cloud computing between now and 2020, and almost 10 per cent planning to spend more than $1 million annually.
Additionally, AMI-Partners’ research reveals that SMBs in the Asia Pacific region (excluding Japan) will invest $16.5 billion in cloud computing solutions in 2012. Up to two-thirds of the total cloud investment is estimated to come from SMBs in Korea, China, and India, investing up to $11 billion in cloud-related technologies.