Cloud Migration

Transition to the cloud seamlessly

Our Cloud Migration Framework

Our process has been designed to give you the maximum benefit for the lowest cost and minimal disruption to your business.


Before we begin the implementation, we take an inventory of all applications running in your organization. We use automated tools where possible to speed up the process.


We then work with you to prioritize the list of applications so you can get the biggest benefit for your investment. Our goal is to get you 80% of the benefit for 20% of the investment.


We craft a migration plan unique to your needs. One of the most important things in this step is to ensure that there is zero disruption to your business.


Our execution process is designed to be swift and minimize risk. We take an incremental approach to ensure that the project stays on track.

Benefits of migrating to the cloud

Operational Efficiency

Cloud solutions can be designed to simplify business processes by providing universal access and centralized administration of your company's applications.

Disaster Recovery

Protect business continuity by having redundant and replicated applications at multiple locations around the world.

Cost Savings

Eliminate the need to have on-premise hardware and the resources to maintain and keep them running.


Make applications securely accessible to people from their mobile devices regardless of whether they are in the office or not.


New infrastructure can be provisioned within minutes, helping you respond to changing business needs at quick speed.


Backed by massive server farms, cloud environments provide better availability, resulting in close to 100% uptime of your applications.


Also known as the "lift-and-shift" method, this entails making minimal changes to the application and moving it to the cloud. It is quick and requires minimal code refactoring.


Also referred to as "move-and-improve", this entails modernizing elements of the application to be more cloud-friendly. This may be the "happy medium" for some applications.


Sometimes called "rip-and-replace," this strategy involves re-architecting the entire application from the ground up to work from the cloud. This approach involves the most amount of work, but helps you realize maximum benefit from the cloud.