After reading an article on GIGaom.com titled “The cloud backlash could be deep,” I started to ponder his ideas and arguments. The article written by Mark Thiele outlines what he believes to be a forthcoming backlash against Cloud computing. His overarching message is that technology providers that are providing Cloud services are overpromising and rushing to obtain clients with mediocre software solutions, leaving clients with unanswered questions.
Fortunately for the industry, there is a technology company that addresses the concerns appropriately raised by Mr. Thiele in his article. geoAMPS, LLC, was founded on the premise to provide the best technology solutions, while forming lasting relationships with our clients. The innovative software solutions we have developed are pushing the industry forward with technology that meets customers’ needs. We provide increased communications, quick completion, and unequaled ongoing service and support.
In short, and to borrow a phrase from Mr. Thiele’s article, geoAMPS is able to back up its claims with experienced teams that can deliver “on the promise of the cloud,” which Mr. Thiele defines as options intended to solve business and IT issues. The geoAMPS team understands corporate IT and can help the customer see the strategic advantage in utilizing a technology solution that can meet complex needs while providing project cost savings.
Mr. Thiele is correct that the technology provider is a partner with their client. At geoAMPS, we certainly do regard our clients as our partners. We are prepared to take an active role in helping our clients be successful.
Web-based, paperless solutions for managing land rights and infrastructure assets, like those developed at geoAMPS, are revolutionizing the industry. We are leading, in Mr. Thiele’s words, a new “mindset about how IT serves the business.
To read Mark Thiele’s article titled “The cloud backlash could be deep,” go to http://gigaom.com/cloud/the-cloud-backlash-could-be-deep/