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Accenture Launches Cloud-first with $3 Billion Investment to its Clients for digital transformation

Accenture Launches Cloud-first with $3 Billion Investment to its Clients for digital transformation

Accenture has announced its formation of Accenture Cloud First with a $3 billion investment over three years to help clients across all industries. With rapidly becoming "cloud-first" businesses, they accelerate their digital transformation to realize more excellent value at speed and scale. 2020 has been a significant transformational year for businesses, with most organizations compelled to transform their operational models and working styles. The companies that have wizened the pandemic storm are either gathering or are in the process of analyzing data to determine if any further functional changes are required. The effective use of the cloud contributes an additional layer of resiliency in the face of all these uncertain changes.

The latest research on cloud ramifications for businesses in the Asia Pacific (APAC) region from the multinational company Accenture suggests the turning towards cloud services yields possible results. "Cloud-first" might be the best way ahead, especially for the swift adoption of a significant digital transformation enabler for many organizations over the past year and onwards.

According to Accenture Cloud First, this swift take-up means that cloud might soon be one of the defining business strategies for organizations around APAC – but comprehensive cloud migrations remain evasive, with 37% of companies saying they are gaining the total ROI expected on their cloud investments, 

Since its cloud division's launch, Accenture Cloud First has expanded multiple cloud-related expertise, including consulting about cloud migration and cloud strategy. It has built the benefactions out with the technologies inclusive of cloud applications and infrastructure, says the Accenture Cloud.

The Accenture Cloud First Lead for APAC described the need for governments and medical services to develop new apps or patient management systems. These help detect disease symptoms, contact tracing, and other emergency preventive measures affiliated with the pandemic. 

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