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Cloud Cruiser kondigt Cloud Service Provider Edition 2.0 aan voor cloud-winstgevendheid

- Cloud Cruiser levert geavanceerde mogelijkheden en een nieuwe promotie voor de bevordering van grotere winstgevendheid voor CSP's

FRANKFURT, Duitsland, 6 december 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Cloud Cruiser, de leider in cloud-kostenintelligentie, kondigde vandaag op HP Discover de algemene release van haar Cloud Service Provider Edition 2.0 aan, samen met een nieuwe promotie gericht op de presentatie van de nieuwe winststimulerende functies ervan.

Cloud Cruiser ondersteunt een breed scala van heterogene publieke en privé cloud-oplossingen, waaronder HP CloudSystem en HP Cloud Service Automation, het meest uitgebreide, geïntegreerde cloud-beheerplatform van de industrie voor de bouw, de bemiddeling en het beheer van cloud-diensten voor toepassingen en infrastructuur van ondernemingsklasse.  Cloud Cruiser's 2.0 Cloud Service Provider Edition biedt een rijke functionaliteit die speciaal ontworpen is om de winstgevendheid voor serviceproviders te stimuleren. Enkele van de functies zijn:

  • Winst- en verliesrekeningen die de gezondheid van uw cloud tonen, met analyse van de winstgevendheid per klant en service
  • Flexibele prijsmodellen, zoals gedifferentieerde prijsstelling, try-and-buy promoties, SLA-kredietaanpassingen en geplande prijzen
  • Analyse van de kostprijs van de verkochte goederen (Cost of Goods Sold, COGS) om de marges te optimaliseren
  • Veilige, klanttoegankelijke prijsportalen voor rapportagetoegang van eindgebruikers
  • Klantgecontroleerde budgetten/quota toegepast op organisatorisch niveau
  • Geautomatiseerde factuurdistributie

Simac, een belangrijke Infrastructure-as-a-Service-provider in de Benelux, zal Cloud Cruiser's 2.0 Edition implementeren om haar multi-tenant facturering te beheren. Simac biedt een pay-per-use oplossing die klanten in staat stelt om alleen te betalen voor de infrastructuur en diensten die ze nodig hebben, waardoor kapitaaluitgaven geëlimineerd worden en de kosten nauwer op de inkomstenstroom worden afgestemd.

"Met Cloud Cruiser kunnen we nieuwe klanten een snelle opstap bieden door het automatiseren van onze cloud-facturering, een volgende stap in het leveren van onze diensten in een waar cloud-concept," stelt Peter van Egmond, Manager Business Development bij Simac. "Daarnaast kunnen we onze marges optimaliseren door het analyseren van de voor onze diensten ontvangen inkomsten ten opzichte van de kosten om die diensten te leveren."

Cloud Cruiser onthulde vandaag ook een nieuwe promotie voor cloud-serviceproviders met de naam "Three Steps to Profitability" ("Drie stappen naar winstgevendheid"). Dit GRATIS aanbod is vrijwel gegarandeerd om de CSP-winstgevendheid te verbeteren binnen een enkele factureringscyclus.

Zowel Cloud Cruiser als HP voeren deze week live demonstraties uit van Cloud Cruiser's kostenbeheersingsoplossing op de HP Discover 2012-conferentie in Frankfurt, Duitsland. Ga naar Cloud Cruiser op stand #407 en in de HP Cloud Zone.

Neem contact op met uw lokale HP-vertegenwoordiger of via www.cloudcruiser.com/hp voor prijzen en beschikbaarheid.

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Cloud Cruiser is gericht op cloud-kostenintelligentie en biedt kostenanalyse en volgende generatie chargeback voor bedrijven en cloud-providers. Cloud Cruiser stelt bedrijven in staat de middelen die worden gebruikt in hun IT-omgeving te identificeren, te analyseren en in rekening te brengen. De krachtige BI-analyses, budgetten, alerts, verbruiksprognoses en chargeback-mogelijkheden van Cloud Cruiser bieden end-to-end transparantie van de kosten in publieke, privé, hybride en traditionele IT-omgevingen, en stellen bedrijven in staat om echte besparingen te realiseren in de cloud.

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