Five Critical Success Factors for Cloud Service Delivery

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These five factors are critical for successful and differentiated end-to-end cloud service delivery: a flexible delivery platform, the ability to provision unique service offerings, multi-channel sales enablement, a simplified customer experience, and an open standard for cloud services. When present, these five factors will allow service providers to overcome challenges to monetizing the cloud services opportunity – from inflexible systems that limit integrated service offerings to lack of support for multiple sales channels. They also position service providers to address key SMB challenges by reducing complexity and providing a more integrated experience. The most successful cloud service providers rely on these critical success factors to automate service delivery and to quickly add new services that address evolving customer needs. These factors should be top of mind for service providers who are looking to add cloud service delivery to their portfolios. Parallels Automation helps services providers to overcome these and other challenges and to grow their cloud services business with a platform for cloud service delivery that addresses the five critical success factors. With Parallels Automation, you get the most comprehensive platform for cloud service delivery supported by the largest ecosystem and the deepest industry knowledge.

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