AllTime IT Solutions launches Efficloud

Our Bureau Mumbai | Updated on July 18, 2012 Published on July 18, 2012

A conglomerate of 15 system integrators and IT Infrastructure service providers aims to be among the top three ‘cloud service providers’ by next year.

AllTime IT Solutions, the consortium, has launched the ‘Efficloud’. This ‘pay-per-use’ cloud model is targeted towards small and medium enterprises (SMEs). The Efficloud is built on the HP CloudSystem Matrix.

“We hope to capture 20-25 per cent of the cloud market by next year. It is cost-effective for SMEs as they only have to pay for the operating expenditure,” said Mr Ajay Sawant, Managing Director, AllTime IT Solutions.

“The cloud market is expected to touch $2.5 billion next year from $1.6 billion, at present,” he added.

The conglomerate is spread across 72 cities in India and will be operational from the first week of August.

Thought Net, a Bangalore-based cloud services provider in the education space, is already a customer of AllTime IT solutions.

“To increase our presence in the country, we decided to approach AllTime IT. Now, we will have our data stored locally instead of having our data stored in a US-based cloud,” said Mr Mahesh Shenoy, Chief Technology Officer, Thought Net.

It provides an internal cloud software called ‘Pupil Pod’ to CBSE schools, law and engineering colleges.


Published on July 18, 2012
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