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It’s impossible to deny the increasing velocity of cloud adoption, but organizations that wish to maximize their cloud investment must consider adopting yet another new concept: the cloud financial administrator. Tech industry experts at 451 Research have culled the insights from leading enterprises operating in the cloud to support the case for this new role.
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451 analyst William Fellows explains, “As enterprises look to adopt clouds across their entire organizations, it will be increasingly important to align procurement processes with the on-demand, variable consumption nature of cloud.” Of course, tools like CloudCheckr are useful to unify and govern cloud cost and expenses, security and compliance, inventory, and utilization—but the key to success is orchestrating that control across an organization, lest “companies risk receiving a bill they can’t afford.” Now Hiring: Cloud Financial Administrators notes that the role of a cloud “broker,” or financial admin, can help in several important ways: