Anyone who’s ever been involved in the deployment of software applications within a business setting is familiar with the benefits of the cloud delivery model: rapid deployment, lower upfront costs, predictable pricing, ongoing access to product innovation through frequent, seamless upgrades, and the freeing of internal IT resources by leaving hosting and maintenance to the application provider.

Of course many times those benefits come with some notable trade-offs in the form of limited product capability, scalability or security. Not so with ComSci, which is focused on meeting the rigorous needs of global organizations.

Our cloud ITFM application provides enterprise-class:

  • Capability – ComSci drives alignment and transparency by managing, governing and communicating the cost, quality and value of IT and its suite of solutions possesses the functionality necessary to drive cost optimization, budgeting planning, service costing and demand planning with improved consumption utilization throughout the organization.
  • Reliability – with 99.9% availability, 24/7/365 monitoring, redundant fail-over power grids and remote back-up locations to ensure data recovery.
  • Security – via SSAE16 SOC 2 Type II certified hosting facilities, MD5 level authentication, multi-tiered firewalls, encrypted remote backups and regular security audits.
  • Performance –optimal global performance with real-time performance monitoring and regular application performance audits with proven sub three-second response time.
  • Scalability – industrial strength processor of big data with over a trillion transactions managed and processed annually, architectured to consume new data sources and relate them to the models.
  • Expertise– matching General Ledger expenses  for Chargeback with production analytics

Most, if not all, providers of “traditional” on-premise IT financial management or technology business management systems claim to have “cloud” versions of their products. But buyer beware because not all cloud deployment models are created equal. In many cases, the so-called “cloud” offerings of these vendors are in reality the same old applications, just made accessible via the web through an outsourced hosting arrangement. They customized the application and in doing so make upgrades more burdensome. Typically these providers are more costly, by requiring a new implementation, greater time to deployment, which negates many of the key advantages of going with a cloud vendor in the first place.

So if you’re considering a true cloud solution, choose the only true cloud vendor with the product capabilities required to meet the needs of enterprise customers, and the track record to prove it.