These days, pretty much anything can be sold “as a service” – and by anything, I mean anything. You can get everything from groceries to cars to business technology as a service. But how do all these “as a service” offerings work, what the heck do all those “aaS” acronyms stand for, and, most importantly, is this a good deal for business owners?

If you’ve been curious about adding “as a service” capabilities to your business, this in-depth, highly informative article is for you.

Centroid hired Sheila Williams as Technical Project Manager. “Sheila’s Oracle technical and functional knowledge will allow her to ‘hit the ground running’ and contribute great successes to the team,” said Ann Habel, Cloud & Technology team Manager.


Recent studies suggest that 83% of enterprise workloads will be on the cloud by 2020, which means that cloud adoption is undeniably on the rise. This shift isn’t surprising considering the wide range of cloud solutions now available, including SaaS, PaaS, and IaaS options that can drastically reduce CapEx investments and increase operational agility for modern businesses. 


Centroid hired Don Guzniczak as Senior Manager Engineered Systems and Tech Strategy. "Don brings a wealth of industry and technology experience and expertise to our team," states Ajay Arora, Managing Partner. "He will be an incredible asset not only to Centroid, but also to our clients - which is what really matters." 


Does it sometimes seem like IT and the boardroom are speaking different languages when discussing or planning business success? This is a common problem for companies across the world, yet this lack of communication can be extremely frustrating for both groups. IT may feel like the C-suite is running them around in circles, and execs often feel that IT is needlessly standing in the way of growth opportunities.

Centroid hired Prem Anand as Cloud Architect on the Cloud and Technology Team. "Adding Prem deepens our talent bench," states Ajay Arora, Managing Partner. "We look forward to his contributions to the company and our clients."


Cloud technology provides unprecedented access for your employees, customers, contractors, vendors, and suppliers to productively interact with relevant data anytime and anywhere, but with the wrong setup it could also open the door for security hazards.


Oracle Cloud ERP Release 12 has provided multiple ways to integrate and exchange data from/to external systems.  More details about each of the available options can be found in the Oracle Enterprise Repository: