Why adopting cloud transformation could enrich your product development

Cloud transformation is a simple concept, but one that could have a significant impact on your business. In short, Cloud Transformation migrates the online elements of your business from on-premises servers and instead places them on a cloud network. But the concept of cloud transformation has much greater potential than that. There are many benefits to choosing to embrace and even embrace cloud transformation within your own business, regardless of industry. Here’s all you need to know:

The benefits of cloud adoption

One of the first things to consider when implementing a new system or network is its cost. Adopting the cloud could actually save you money, as it has the potential to lower the costs associated with maintaining your IT systems. Other benefits of cloud adoption include:

  • Improved scalability, which greatly facilitates the growth and rapid development of your business. The cloud allows you to be flexible with your needs and as your business grows, your IT and storage needs may change as well.
  • Adopting the Cloud allows you to be flexible in your work practices: something that is very popular at the moment. It will allow you and your team to work as you wish (from multiple offices or at home) without compromising your data security or the quality of your output.
  • Some cloud service providers will allow you to update your systems automatically, keeping them running on the most up-to-date systems without taking vital time on your schedule to perform these updates manually. This will save you time and even improve the morale of your employees, who will enjoy more difficult tasks rather than dealing with regular mundane updates.

Use the cloud for physical products

The cloud enables a platform of digital services through physical products. If you are developing the software for any type of product, it is essential to ensure that in addition to fulfilling its primary purpose, this product is also cloud ready. By making sure your products are cloud-ready at the development stage, you can actually reduce your ongoing product maintenance costs while balancing your development costs. Making sure your product has cloud productivity built in will also help you make sure it is more engaging and therefore has greater reach when the product is launched. All of this should be included in your holistic cloud strategy, which will align your business goals with your cloud transformation plans.


There is no denying that embracing cloud transformation within your own business could help enrich your product development, and cloud compatibility should be a top concern as you develop your products. It is more cost effective to consider this at the initial stage of development than to have to patch your products to ensure that they are compatible at a later stage.

Gary C. Lisi