Whether you are starting on your cloud transformation journey, or are already some way down the road, our cloud transformation solutions focus on helping your business unlock efficiencies and added value through managing the entire change landscape – from operating model impact through to process changes and the adoption of enabling technologies.
Our solutions have been built and tested in multiple scenarios where cloud transformation has been driven by:
“Cloud first” strategy – to drive IT cost efficiencies
B2B and B2C convergence – improving user experience and reducing operational costs through seamless, straight through processing of orders, fulfilment and payments
The concept of a Digital Operations Platform (DOP) – an integrated platform at the heart of an organisation that automates data-aware processes
Legacy systems reaching end of life support
K2CP were shortlisted for the “2020 cloud transformation of the year” with one of our key programmes.
One of the current topical areas is the evolution of multi-tenant ERP solutions, which can be implemented as part of a DOP strategy. Not all ERPs are equal and we work with all the major vendors to help our clients build cloud-based, data-driven solutions – whether in a full multi-tenant public cloud, or a combination of single tenant, public / private cloud or pure private cloud.
The dominance of the hyperscalers such as Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud Platform (GCP) and IBM Cloud, combined with dedicated interconnectivity has made it possible for businesses to work with multiple Cloud Service Providers (CSP). This opens up the option of a multicloud approach, with service levels maintained for high availability, low latency and high bandwidth. We help our clients to understand and identify which approach best suits their current and future business requirements and build on this to deliver a detailed transformation programme.
With the growth of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML), combined with more data from sensors and the Internet of Things (IoT) the question arises of where to locate computing power – the Cloud, or the Edge. For most businesses, it will be a combination of both, but with advances in communications technology such as 5G, there are more options available. We help our clients to understand the different use cases that will deliver the best value and build a smart solution.