Cloud Computing Helps The Company To Develop Into A Universal Brand

Cloud Computing is not an innovative and new computing technology rather right since the evolution of the internet, it was present in a tiny form. But in the last two to three years, cloud computing has really broken new ground in terms of potentialities when several large companies built out large horizontal networks consisting of multiple platforms, services, storage tools and applications that allowed consumers to access various services directly from the internet without having to run or store the applications on their machines.

Direct sales companies often discover two particular reasons that cause their sales to be less than planned or expected: first is their overwhelming overhead cost that cannot be cut or trimmed and second is their incapability to offer and create a truly valuable and unique product. Le-Vel co-founders Paul Gravette and Jason Camper were intensely aware of those two potentially restraining factors back in 2012 when they decided to establish and take-off their direct selling company, Le-Vel. Determining that new technology can be an advantage instead of a hindrance to overcome, they agreed that they should endeavor into unexplored territory for the direct selling industry, by constructing their company on a cloud-based infrastructure rather than sticking to the timeworn marketing model that no longer works as efficiently as before.

Benefits of Cloud Platform

A cloud management system offers the advantage of permitting businesses to focus their dollars on growing their profits rather than on infrastructure investment. Cloud technology also allows for agility, flexibility and scalability. Development without a proportionate increase in expenses means more bottom line revenues that can be reinvested in building their customer base, developing new products and growing their sales force through an aggressive and generous compensation plan.

Cloud computing is favorable to everyone. By storing most of their resources like data and applications in the cloud, start-ups can keep costs down. Research projects can be sped up by collecting and editing reports and accessing online libraries in the cloud itself. Companies can eradicate capital investments like purchasing state-of-the-art servers for storing their service applications and client data. Rather cloud servers can handle these tasks thus releasing the companies to deliberate on providing best quality services to their customers.

Cloud computing also eases instant scalability whereby companies can demand lower or higher cloud resource allocation in an instant depending on the current demand. This saves avoidable overheads like maintaining extra infrastructure like servers, training additional personnel and buying costly licensed software.

Back in 2012, when Jason Camper and Paul Gravette launched Le-Vel, they understood that the value of their first-class lifestyle products was one vibrant element to the success of the company. They also realized that the other basic component to sustaining and building their business model was to be able to regulate overhead costs that can often be strenuous for an organization, and limiting the company from reaching its growth prospective. This is why this exclusive duo of co-owners, co-founders and co-CEOs decided to implement a refined cloud platform for its daily operations. Over the years, that one stratagem has paid off radiantly in the form of cost savings that has helped the company to progress into a global brand.