I-Access and CloudMile trigger digital transformation for trainers and educators
SINGAPORE, February 10, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — I-Access Solutions has partnered with CloudMile, from Asia fast-growing artificial intelligence company and Google Cloud managed services partner to improve operational efficiency for trainers and educators. CloudMile helps I-Access embrace cloud technology with added flexibility and efficiency in its operations. “CloudMile allows us to scale flexibly and more easily optimize IT costs with Google Cloud. This is essential for our business expansion in the competitive education industry.” Lim Sau BoonDirector of Collaboration and Partnerships at I-Access, remarked.
I-Access Solutions has used private cloud hosting companies to support their TMS application eTEAMS (Education & Training e-Administration Management System). Since the launch of eTEAMS in 2011, I-Access has grown into a fully digital platform for educational institutions with over 2 million course registrations and over 50,000 new students each year. As the I-Access Solution business grew and more consumers signed up for eTEAMS, the company recognized the need for a more efficient and long-term solution.
GCP’s auto-scaling feature can help I-Access Solutions maintain its existing infrastructure to adapt to changing business demands, allowing I-Access Solutions to scale and grow without having to worry about capacity, performance or infrastructure management.
CloudMile’s cloud experts first began engaging I-Access on a successful proof of concept on GCP and in-depth migration study through User Acceptance Testing (UAT). eTEAMS on GCP went live before the agreed deadline
As a Google Cloud Managed Service Provider, CloudMile undertakes operational activities such as monitoring and 24/7 technical support to provide a range of comprehensive services including migration planning, managed services and 24 hour technical support. By collaborating with CloudMile, I-Access can focus on the essential development and business strategy of expanding its services across the region with peace of mind.”