Azizi Developments, a leading private developer in the UAE, said it has completed its cloud computing migration, effectively augmenting its operational efficiency and allowing it to serve its customers faster and better.
Cloud computing, which is the digital delivery of different services such as data storage, servers, databases, networking, and software, and more via the internet, is becoming increasingly important to growth-oriented businesses that are on the pursuit of operational excellence.
By migrating its cloud services, Azizi has successfully upgraded its cloud to a well-established provider that offers better functionality and enhanced services, propelling the technologically savvy developer further in its digitisation journey.
While such migrations can often entail IT threats, such as information theft, data loss, and prolonged downtime, Azizi has successfully completed its migration within a window of 4.5 hours at night-time without any data damage or the potential of any cybersecurity breaches.
As a result, the Emirati developer said it was able to save over 66% of its IT costs, which it was redirecting towards community enhancements and customer care team augmentations, while the quality of its cloud has been improved, allowing for better productivity levels.
Benefits that Azizi’s customers will now reap from this include faster response times, enriched updates and communications, improved information precision, and more.
Chief Information Officer Dr Syed Mahsud Ali said: "Migrating to a more capable and reliable cloud provider not only helped us optimise our costs, which is vital to any rapidly-growing enterprise, but also is in the best interest of our valued customers, who will now see all departments, especially our Customer Care team, become more agile and efficient."
"This is merely one of the many implementations that we are undertaking as part of our Digital Transformation programme - we look forward to announcing several more success stories in the near future," added Ali.-TradeArabia News Service