TIG Partners with CloudHealth Technologies to Offer Cloud Cost Management to its Customers

The leading cloud service management company, CloudHealth Technologies, has announced a new partnership with the award-winning digital transformation company TIG.

TIG helps businesses become leaders in their markets through the use of new technologies. The company helps its customers improve their level of innovation and become more agile through its technology solutions and managed services.

The London-based company has worked with some of the biggest names in the UK and provides a range of managed services, including cloud, connectivity, and transformational services, providing its customers with flawless IT performance.

The company saw an opportunity to provide even greater value to its customers in an area where there was significant demand for innovative solutions – cloud cost management and security. Companies were migrating to the cloud but all too often found it difficult to manage their cloud environments, with many experiencing ‘cloud chaos’.

The company looked for a suitable solution that would allow its DevOps team to monitor customers’ Microsoft Azure accounts, applications and assets. The aim was to ensure its customers fast growth and consumption of cloud resources was monitored and costs were being managed and controlled in a secure way.

As a managed service provider with multiple clients, it was important for the company to be able to provide those services and monitor customers’ accounts through a single pane of glass. TIG looked at multiple solutions, but it was the automation functionality, reporting, and ease of use of the CloudHealth platform that made it the clear winner.

The partnership with CloudHealth Technologies allows TIG to provide real-time control, optimization, and management of its customers cloud environments.

“TIG’s focus on customer success and strong track record delivering digital transformation solutions and services tailored to each client’s individual needs make them a great partner and enables their customers to gain a competitive advantage,” said Bob Kilbride, Senior Director of Global Channel Sales at CloudHealth Technologies.

Author: Richard Anderson

Richard Anderson is the Editor-in-Chief of NetSec.news