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Strategy

There is no one size fits all approach. Each client with has their own unique vision, goals, values and direction.

When we consult with you around your cloud options, we consider your current IT infrastructure, IT costs and the benefits you want from your cloud environment. Additionally, we explore your current industry trends to expose potential competitive advantages.

We then determine your cloud readiness by assessing your current IT infrastructure, applications, and workloads. This can also help when considering cloud migration to identify and minimise potential risks.

Catapult BI will work with you to develop a road map and cloud strategy that will help align your IT environment with current and future business objectives. This step also helps businesses to scale from 5 to 500 users across multiple countries as and when they need to. Likewise, this helps you to extract maximum value from your cloud solution as well as optimise performance, drive competitive advantage, and increase growth.

Catapult BI will design and implement your new IT infrastructure, along with your migration to the new environment. This approach also allows us to offer cost effective solutions while minimising potential risks to the business.

Cloud environments open the door to big data and data analytics. By monitoring and analysing data from your environment in real time you can create an agile and dynamic cloud solution benefiting both your staff and clients.

Whether you are moving to the cloud, or you are already there, our cloud consulting services will help you to get the most out of your IT environment. This includes source data managed by applications, data that is curated and shared across data warehouses and data lakes.

As data moves to the cloud, the processing moves with it. Integration, aggregation, harmonisation and other data-centric processing has become cloud-based as organisations follow the practice of push processing to where the data is located. Consumption applications, such as cloud-based analytics, have also moved to the cloud.

There are advantages of not only having data in the cloud but also managing the data in the cloud.