Bringing something new to the world is incredibly rewarding, yet also incredibly difficult. The process of getting there is not always so fun, especially in the business world. Every organization purports to love innovation, but it’s difficult to make the case for beginning a project when there’s a sizeable investment required.
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While the “it takes money to make money” maxim is truer than ever, there’s a catch-22 to beginning new business ideas: Good ideas obtain investments, but you have to prove you have a good idea first. So what constitutes a good idea? Platforms like TIBCO Cloud Bus are always looking to the future of the cloud—adding new features and functionality to make sure applications and services are constantly improving and delivering a consistent return on investment.
Technology upgrades are synonymous with a big time financial investment; the move to cloud is seen no differently. And, the move to cloud often suffers through lengthy implementations just as any other system upgrade might.
All of us are under constant pressure to have a point of view on the future. It’s hard enough to stay updated on today, let alone think about what tomorrow will bring. This why it helps to find ways to line up your strategy with partners who are not only plugged in to tomorrow’s trends, but also take an active part in creating them. That way, you’re always a step ahead because you’re already plugged in.
Finding one of these partners is easy; there are now a number of options that provide organizations the chance to explore a service without a big investment in the unknown. Integration platforms as a service (iPass), like TIBCO Cloud Bus, allow innovators to spin stuff up to the cloud and pay as they go to ensure the platform meets their needs. This means ideas get moving, organizations see progress, and costs scale with the business idea’s natural growth. It’s the ideal integrated sandbox, with a way to let innovative ideas grow into thriving business sectors of their own. With TIBCO Cloud Bus, it’s a way to manage the catch-22s of cloud services and turn ideas into action.
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