Nexus, InfoFabrica of Singapore partner to deliver comprehensive Cloud services
Nexus Technologies, Inc. (Nexus), a top enterprise solutions provider and information technology (IT) reseller, today inked a partnership with InfoFabrica (IFF) of Singapore to provide Hybrid Cloud services across the enterprise, commercial and SME sectors in the Philippines. This alliance, through Nexus-InfoFabrica, Inc., aims to bring proven Cloud solutions from the leading Cloud Service Providers (CSPs) such as Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure, IBM Softlayer, and Google to local companies gearing towards Cloud services.
The joint venture merges Nexus’s proven coverage of the local market’s IT requirements, and IFF’s Cloud skillset. IFF is recognized as an early adopter of the Hybrid Cloud platform, and maintains a strong presence in the ASEAN region with their Cloud consulting services.
According to Gartner, Inc., worldwide Public Cloud Services are expected to grow by 18% in 2017 to a total of $246.8 billion, up from $209.2 billion in 2016. The highest growth will come from Cloud system infrastructure services (infrastructure as a service [IaaS]), which is projected to grow by 36.8 percent in 2017 to reach $34.6 billion. Cloud application services (software as a service [SaaS]) is expected to grow by 20.1 percent to reach $46.3 billion.
“There is a huge opportunity for Philippine companies, big or small, to take advantage of what Cloud services have to offer,” said John Defiesta, Nexus-InfoFabrica Country Sales Manager. “Our direction is to guide companies through the entire process of shifting their business processes to the Cloud — whether from an on-premise environment to the Cloud, or to manage a mix of both on-premise and Cloud environments,” he added.
Aside from CSP product offerings, Nexus-InfoFabrica will provide value-added professional and managed services to its clients such as migration from on-premise to the Cloud environment and vice versa, data center replication, infrastructure consulting, and Cloud architecture and design. Potential clients can also conduct proof-of-concept testing, free of charge, at a VMware-and-Cloud laboratory based in IFF-Singapore.
Nexus-InfoFabrica will also address security concerns associated with conducting business on the Cloud. Most customer qualms point to Cloud security operations such as maintaining compliance, identity and access management, dealing with advanced threats, insufficient visibility, and consistent controls.
“Customers are assured that they not only gain access to the CSP’s fraud detection systems and governance and compliance security solutions. They also have the full support of the Nexus-IFF team to help them ward off security threats and create a safer environment for their business on the Cloud,” concluded Defiesta.
Companies across various industries, including the country’s fast growing business process outsourcing (BPO) sector, may learn more about Nexus-InfoFabrica’s suite of Cloud services by calling +632 555.2400 or sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.