In the present day, enterprise IT needs to effectively meet business needs by optimizing cloud consumption for agility, responsiveness, service levels and cost across multiple cloud service providers. While this might seem like a tough task, a company named Gravitant is helping enterprises reach this target. Gravitant founded in 2004 by Mohammed Farooq the CEO and Chairman, provides a single unified user interface that allows enterprises to design, order, provision and control public, private and hybrid cloud services in an end-to-end process that can be dynamically recalibrated at any time.
The company's cloud services brokerage and management platform, cloudMatrix, enables customers to select the optimum cloud services, be it PaaS, IaaS or SaaS and managed services for their needs and collaboratively construct and deploy complete IT solutions at the best cost. In short, it delivers transformational cloud brokerage services and management that enables enterprises to optimize cloud consumption.
At the heart of cloudMatrix is a novel Cloud Solutions Factory that simplifies and industrializes IT solution creation and enables enterprises to move beyond today's devops or multi-cloud management platforms to a solution that allows them to realize an IT-as-a-Service experience. This platform enables their customers to move from a slow service-request (trouble ticket) model to an agile design-to-order model. As a result there is improved time-to-value from months to minutes for new IT solutions as well as IT costs are slashed by up to 50 percent.
The company's solutions have won the trust of many government agencies who have become their loyal clients. The company's revolutionary ideas have also been backed by many investors such as the Corsa Ventures and S3 Ventures who have helped the company raise funds of $11.5 million till date.