Windows Azure & 360 Lifecycle case study

As a software provider for the financial industry, 360 Lifecycle needed to make its solutions more accessible to its clients. Windows Azure and cloud computing made this possible.

Introduction

360 Lifecycle, a leading provider of software for financial and mortgage advisors, was finding challenges in growing its business effectively. Its single-tenanted, server-based applications required too much investment to attract smaller firms, and infrastucture issues made it time-consuming to support new clients. Needing a way forward, it found one with software partner, Dot Net Solutions, and Microsoft's Windows Azure and SQL Azure platforms. By migrating its applications to Windows Azure, 360 Lifecycle has developed a fully scalable, highly cost-effective and easy to provision product, and been able to focus on software, not infrastructure.

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