Blazelead as a reliable, independent service provider that helps customers move toward cloud computing. IT will be delivered as a service in future. It will no longer be paid for by means of initial investment in hardware, upgrades and software licenses and by fixed maintenance fees, but on the basis of usage under “pay-as-you-go” models.
Our focus on "usage of service" and pay per consumption. We provide multi tenant architecture.
The new forces in the IT market are giving rise to completely new value added networks and business models that offer customers new sourcing options. At present, the business model of cloud computing providers is mainly based on economies of scale and service automation. Yet that is just one aspect of cloud computing. The basis for successful cloud computing business models is partnership relationships founded on trust and security in networks. In addition, parts of cloud services can be provided and procured from different clouds (public versus private versus hybrid cloud).
Interdependencies between IaaS, PaaS and SaaS
The three blocks – IaaS, PaaS and SaaS – should not be looked at in isolation: they have mutual interrelationships that have to be taken into account in forming business models. The aspect of mutual interrelationships indicates that finding a role for established on-premise providers is a challenge. It is also often the case that SaaS application providers deliver their own professional services and integration cycles are dramatically shortened. The share of customizing services in the cloud computing business models that are being formed is being increasingly replaced by the possibility of configuring highly standardized applications. This makes it clear that there are basically many ways of developing cloud computing business models. All the players in the cloud computing market who do not cater for the entire value chain must always take these independencies into account when occupying a niche in one of the areas SaaS, PaaS and IaaS. Providers of SaaS applications, for example, must implicitly take into account the necessary additional PaaS and IaaS services (which can be provided by third parties or the customer itself) in orientation of the business model. As a result, the new possibilities and new players in the market force established providers to review rethink their position in the value chain and the services that are perceived and rewarded by customers. The value chain, which has been perceived as essentially linear to date, is being transformed into a complex and dynamic value added.
Who We Are
A veteran business person who is always looking for the next big challenge, River Watts has been with us since starting our company in 2000. With their passion and expertise, River Watts has managed to take our company to new highs and achieve growth. Check out our press kit for lectures or press opportunities with River Watts.
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