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Cloud solutions provider GPX excepts increase in cloud computing adoption

Our Bureau Mumbai | Updated on May 25, 2020 Published on May 25, 2020

Cloud solutions provider GPX is expecting increased business opportunity with 80 per cent of Indian businesses still using offline systems.

India’s public cloud market is among the largest in the Asia Pacific (APAC) region behind Australia and Japan, with cloud services revenue is projected to total $2.4 billion in 2019, according to research firm Gartner.

"Most enterprises, whether large or mid-sized, today have only completed about 10 to 20 per cent of their cloud journey and the remaining 80 per cent of the migration must focus on shifting business applications (to the cloud) and linking their entire business process from supply chain to sales," said Nick Tanzi, President, and CEO, GPX Global System.

Tanzi's comments need to be seen in the backdrop of supply chain being considerably disrupted to the Covid-19 pandemic and businesses looking to digitise their processes, in an effort to ensure some sort of business continuity.

GPX has a data centre in Mumbai and offers a GPX Open Cloud Exchange solution, through which enterprises can connect to multiple Cloud providers such as Amazon, Google and others, via a single port, thereby accelerating their cloud adoption. Currently, there are 8 cloud service providers in GPX’s Mumbai data center.

The shift from ‘cloud-first’ to a ‘cloud-only’ model is pushing organizations in India to increase their spending on public cloud services to advance their digital business initiatives, added Tanzi.

Published on May 25, 2020
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