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CloudFX Announces The Launch of CloudSelect

CloudFX Announces The Launch of CloudSelect – The Most Advanced Cloud Services Brokerage (CSB) Platform

CloudSelect is an advanced anything as a Service Brokerage platform, the industry’s first Open standards, Cloud Service Management (CSM) platform.
SINGAPORE -Media OutReach- August 19th, 2014 - CloudFX Group, one of Asia's most innovative technology companies as voted by CIO Asia, has launched CloudSelect, the industry's most advanced, innovative open standards-based Cloud Services Brokerage platform. CloudSelect represents the first of its kind in the high growth Cloud services management category of Cloud Service Brokering.

At launch, CloudSelect will offer over 200 world class, fully automated cloud services which will enables enterprises and service providers to offer "Anything as a Service" -- including underlying IT infrastructure, application development platforms and fully configured business software applications. The CloudSelect platform is differentiated from any equivalent platform globally by providing value-added services based on compliance, configuration, performance monitoring, capacity management, security and availability, full stack provisioning and change management.

The CloudFX Group has been at the forefront of driving IT transformation and Cloud services adoption across Asia Pacific for more than 5 years and with the launch of CloudSelect, it build upon its existing Cloud Advisory, IT Transformation Consulting, Cloud Service Automation, Cloud Service management and SaaS based IT decision support business units, the most comprehensive specialist portfolio of Cloud based transformation solutions in the industry today.

The CloudSelect platform enables Service providers to differentiate by offering additional value-added services based on compliance, configuration, performance monitoring, capacity management, security and availability, full stack provisioning and change management. Enterprises use CloudSelect to choose cloud service offerings that best meet their business requirements. They then manage this multi-vendor portfolio of cloud services with CloudSelect's secure and personalized client portal and a single aggregated monthly bill.

"We've built CloudSelect from the ground up to meet the needs of both enterprise cloud customers and cloud service providers (CSPs), enabling them to successfully accelerate cloud adoption and transformation, as well as to differentiate and deliver value added services. Featuring integrated services management, our cloud procurement and management solution is already helping many enterprises and Cloud Service Providers around the globe achieve success with their cloud offerings" said CloudFX Group Founder and CEO, Damian Crotty.

Mr Crotty continued to add "CloudFX Select is a first platform which brings together the benefits of traditional IT management -- operational excellence, automation and service delivery models -- merged with the dynamic potential of cloud architectures."

CloudSelect's advanced, managed cloud services will be offered directly through www.cloudselect.com, in dedicated on-premise Enterprise appliances where CloudFX guarantee full IT as a Service transformation in less than 45 days, saving years of change management, complexity and cost and finally, white-label Service provider appliances to strategic partners looking to participate and compete in the public cloud service domain.

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