Your guide to Industry Cloud:
3 pillars for driving its successful adoption
The benefits of Industry Cloud are clear: built-in regulatory compliance and access to the latest technology
Consulting Solutions Director, Cloud and Digital
Research Manager, Industry Clouds, Solutions and Verticalization Strategies
Your guide to Industry Cloud: 3 pillars for driving its successful adoption
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According to a recent IDC study, the adoption of industry clouds is spiking fast. Their rapid growth is fueled by their ability to combat business volatility and shorten the path to value for cloud transformation initiatives. With the usage of industry clouds more than doubling from 2021 to 2023, benchmarks of successful transformation are starting to emerge across industries.1
Join guest speaker Nadia Ballard, Research Manager, Industry Clouds, Solutions and Verticalization Strategies at IDC and Sumit Abilius, Consulting Solutions Director, Cloud and Digital at PwC to learn more about the three emerging indicators of a successful industry cloud transformation, including:
- The preparation you’ll need to address the challenges brought on by industry cloud, such as difficult implementation and integration
- The importance of partnerships and the capabilities and components they can provide to generate value for the end user
- How strong ecosystems–and individuals within these ecosystems–contribute to the breadth of achievable business outcomes
The benefits of industry cloud are clear: built-in regulatory compliance and access to the latest technology tools, to name a few. But achieving value and better customer journeys requires the right preparation, ecosystems and partners to support your cloud transformation. In this webcast, we’ll examine what makes an industry cloud successful and take a look at how PwC is helping its clients focus on their customer journeys, not the underlying tech.
1IDC InfoBrief, “Industry Clouds Help Drive Resilience, Growth, and Connectivity”, Sponsored by PwC, March 2022, Doc # US50447523