Deloitte is expanding its cloud computing consulting services with the unveiling of CloudPrint.
For starters, don't get this one confused with something like Apple's AirPrint. This service isn't actually for printing from mobile devices over the cloud but rather a way to print or stamp out a cloud of your own.
The proprietary delivery framework has been designed to help guide clients through the process of becoming a cloud service provider or subscriber.
Deloitte has three options for enterprise customers:
- CloudPrint for Providers: a suite of services covering business and process transformations required to become an internal or external cloud computing service provider, including channel strategies, market analysis and maturity and operating models.
- CloudPrint for Subscribers: a suite of offerings covering business, organizational, and process transformations required to become a subscriber to cloud computing services — including Infrastructure as a Service, Software as a Service, and Platform as a Service.
- CloudPrint for Sectors: specific sector editions containing industry insights into some of the most relevant and complex challenges facing clients. Offerings include Subscriber editions focused on Banking, Consumer Products, Health Plan, Insurance, Life Sciences and Media; and Provider editions focused on Technology and Telecom.
The framework is available for distribution worldwide through Deloitte's global consulting practice.
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