Can you confidently name all the different SaaS apps that make up your public cloud spending, how many total subscriptions by app, and the total spending? Most CFOs and CIOs can’t!
The emergence of the cloud saw a shift in decision-making from IT to the line of business for SaaS applications. Enterprise executives are embracing cloud transformation to drive growth––but most aren’t getting the total value out of their investments.
Gartner is predicting public cloud spending to reach $332 billion in 2021, with the two most common areas of spending being Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) and Software as a Service (SaaS).
If you’re like most IT and Finance leaders, the proliferation of SaaS is changing how you view your software portfolio and spending forecast.
A few years ago, managing prominent software vendors like Microsoft, Oracle, IBM, and SAP was all that mattered.
Now Salesforce, ServiceNow, Google, and Workday are among the vendors receiving the most spend and new solutions are emerging every day.
To effectively manage public cloud spending, organizations need to manage their platforms and subscriptions better, including developing plans to control costs, optimize application performance, and put security and compliance frameworks in place.
Inefficiencies and lack of governance can lead to adverse outcomes, including cost overruns, lack of visibility, and security vulnerabilities.
MNJ offers clients solutions and services to plan, implement, and manage their cloud strategy.
These solutions include selecting the right platforms and applications, monitoring performance and compliance, and business continuity planning.
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