With the growth of web 2.0, cloud computing has gained prominence as applications are now hosted in the cloud by vendors and they are retrieved on demand by users either on their desktop or mobile devices. Complex mathematical calculations govern the working of the cloud which allocate resources within the cloud as per the demand. Cloud Computing helps businesses to cater to geographically dispersed clients and even cater to those located in different time zones. Small businesses have gained effectively with the rise of cloud computing as they can avail the benefit of expensive software’s at very low costs.

Cloud Computing will be the future of computing as simultaneous developments in heuristics will make SAAS technologies cheaper and affordable to all. These are the technologies of the future when access to computers for all becomes a reality and technological literacy reaches saturation levels. Though we are still far away from that target but cloud computing will really make it easy and accessible to all. Small and medium businesses will leverage cloud computing as a tool of competitive advantage and create an ecosystem wherein access to customer data can be provided at very low costs. This lowering of technological barriers will give birth to a new set of technologies that will make provision of basic services and utilities to people in developing countries, a very economical exercise and will help immensely in economic growth for businesses.

Why the need for cloud?

In today’s fast paced world that is driven by macro and micro economic pressures, business agility and scalability are the key factors for success. CTO’s have realized that the Cloud is the way to achieve on-demand agility and seamless scalability in operations. Discerning enterprise customers are beginning to realize the potential of the cloud to meet their need for standardization, variabilization, and simplification of their IT footprint. It is a known fact that the faster an organization leverages Cloud technology to innovate, the faster and bigger will be the return on investment. Cloud adoption is no longer in the beta stage, it has gone much beyond that level and organizations have embraced it whole-heartedly as it has produced quantifiable and measurable ROI and given a fillip to the speed of innovation in the organization.

At Subjectory we work with customers closely to holistically examine their business needs. We then tailor our Cloud IPs, assets, solutions and services to meet these requirements and then deliver the cloud benefits of business agility, scalability and flexibility. And that in a highly secure and robust environment.


It basically implies zero upfront investments in IT infrastructure, making it quite attractive to enterprise users. There is no requirement for capital outlay relating to hardware, software licensing or additional IT infrastructure. The service is completely web based and there will be no hardware that is to be bought, installed, maintained or updated. All software updates or new functionalities are instantly available to users. No wonder SaaS is mushrooming as cloud and mobile technologies are taking root. Applications such as CRM, financial accounting, marketing management, lead and order management, web analytics, digital content creation, ERP are among the early movers to the SaaS model.

To know more how SaaS and cloud computing can help grow your business, talk to our team today.