What we do
Softcat's Go to Cloud Workshop is here to help your organisation if you're looking to move some, or all, of your IT infrastructure to the cloud. A Softcat consultant spends one day on-site with your organisation to understand your current estate and business objectives in order to generate recommendations. The assessment collects data to create a roadmap and projected outcomes to support a move to the public cloud, if that's best for your organisation, identifying a clear starting point to enable cloud adoption.
The workshop takes place on-site to give your organisation the chance to show who you are, what you do and to allow us to delve deep into your business objectives. It also gives us an opportunity to look at current IT systems and understand where, how, or whether cloud fits within this.
We provide a completely bespoke report with recommendations based on our findings. It is specific to your organisation and will allow for further follow up where required.
If you have a cloud provider preference we will work with you to get the most out of a solution built with them. Otherwise we will look to make the best fit by matching the most appropriate provider and vendor technologies with the requirements of your organisation.
We clearly define the next steps, detailing what your organisation needs to do, and how we at Softcat, can help you get there quickly and efficiently.
We offer independent advice with the vision and objectives of your organisation at the heart, positioning the right solution just for you. Providing access to a range of platforms, we have strong relationships with all the major vendors and are knowledgeable about the services they provide. We also work with over 90 expert engineers to advise on specialist areas.
Microsoft Gold Cloud Platform Partner
Microsoft Gold Small and Midmarket Cloud Solutions Partner
Microsoft Gold Cloud Productivity Partner
90 + Accredited Professional Service Consultants
AWS Standard Consulting Partner
No.1 Microsoft LSP in UK Overall
In-house Azure architects