Questions? Concerns? Just not sure about moving to the cloud? Get our new eBook for guidance

By Scott Salzwedel

It’s understandable. Moving your operation – your people – and all that data can be a huge undertaking. Of course, there are obstacles, and yes, there are a lot of hard decisions to be made.

The bottom line, however, more businesses of every size from local startups to global mega organizations are adopting cloud operations in a manner that is comfortable and scalable. As the cloud matures, businesses are realizing the numerous economic and performance benefits of a SaaS approach – with many of those solutions available in the Siemens Xcelerator as a Service portfolio.

Current research supports this trend toward cloud computing. In a recent independent survey1 97 percent of the 2,221 respondents cited cloud migration and adoption as a top or emerging priority for their organization. Among the primary reasons:

  • Connectivity of data, people and applications – establishing a “single source of truth”
  • Speed and ease of remote access for all workers
  • Reduction in costs
  • Modernization of legacy IT/OT systems

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The expanded collaboration between the global leader in industrial software, Siemens Digital Industries Software, and the leading cloud service provider, Amazon Web Services (AWS) enables industrial organizations of all sizes of varying digital transformation maturities to move their mission-critical operations to the cloud and advance their digital transformation.

Moving to the cloud enables customers to embark on an entirely new way of doing business – one where obstacles are eliminated, innovations are realized and industrial organizations are free to create without limits. Read or download this eBook now. It explores five of the most meaningful ways a cloud-based digital transformation can benefit your organization.

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1Source: Siemens and AWS Benchmark Collaboration Study, conducted by Channel Media & Market Research, March–April 2022.

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