BusinessGlobe myBusiness and AWS Partner to Uplift PH Businesses
May 07, 2021 | 08:03 AM
In a world still battling a pandemic, businesses must adapt to public health and safety protocols. Maximizing the use of technology tools is key to survival and growth, Digital transformation indeed offers some of the best means for business growth in these difficult times—especially for micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs). Globe myBusiness and Amazon Web Services (AWS) teamed up to offer solutions that will empower businesses to keep their data on an online server, thereby enabling their employees to perform remote work. MSMEs may not have the deep pockets that larger firms have, but they can still leverage ICT to gain and retain the customer base they need. Instead of paying for the high costs of on-premise servers that will be obsolete in a few years, and require regular maintenance by professionals, these MSMEs can take advantage of world-class AWS Cloud Services through Globe myBusiness. Powered by AWS Cloud Services, small and growing enterprises can access data and collaborate outside the office space, scaling their use of online tools up or down as needed. MSMEs can build applications and software on virtual servers instead of maintaining expensive on-premise servers. This allows flexibility to sudden increases in their computing power requirements, without having to worry about any physical server crashes. Spending wisely Investing resources into digital transformation solutions works best for any enterprise and will lead to savings in the long run. With Globe myBusiness and AWS Cloud Services, MSMEs can store and back up their data as well as migrate critical databases to the cloud. Storing backup data in the cloud is more cost-efficient than maintaining dedicated on-premise servers for backup. As this can be done on a flexible, pay-per-use, with no lock-up period basis, this is perfect for the business model of small businesses. Apart from savings, the pay-as-you-go approach enables business agility. Leveraging the cloud also means budgets earmarked for the purchase and maintenance of physical servers can be saved and utilized elsewhere. In fact, with the cloud, business continuity is guaranteed, even if on-premise hardware breaks down. Value proposition MSMEs who subscribe to AWS through Globe myBusiness can enjoy the benefits of having a dedicated account manager who can directly assist them with all concerns, including billing to after-sales. This dedicated account manager can also provide additional advisory through email and calls. Companies can pay for Cloud services using the same channels they use for their mobile or broadband lines: convenient peso billing and multiple payment methods (over the counter, online payment through Globe channels, Globe One App, GCash App)--no credit card tied to the AWS account needed. In addition, Globe myBusiness offers MSMEs the opportunity to tap Cascadeo, winner of Managed Services Provider of the Year in the Channel Partner Insight Channel Innovation Awards 2020, to help with migration, implementation, and assist them in their cloud journey. The best of digital transformation and human expertise is definitely within reach to enable overall business growth. “More and more MSMEs are now recognizing the benefits that the cloud can bring in enhancing their business operations,” said Globe myBusiness ICT Product Head Merni Martinez. “We are proud to partner with globally recognized cloud solutions provider AWS, as we continue to bring solutions to Filipino entrepreneurs that will empower them to build their businesses better.”, In addition, AWS Growth Segment Lead Michelle Gutierrez reiterates, “As we head towards digitalization of our SMEs, we need strong partners like Globe who understands customers’ challenges, enable their journeys on innovation, and accelerates the realization of business benefits.” She continues, “AWS and Globe continue to build service offerings that make it easy for SMEs to adopt and learn cloud solutions in the most cost-effective way while impacting their business operations.” Learn more about Globe myBusiness Cloud Solutions .
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