Cloud native comes of age in consumer-driven industries

Retail and consumer-focused companies are increasing business velocity and customer satisfaction with their move to cloud native.

Cloud-native apps allow companies in the retail and consumer-focused industries to rapidly innovate and scale new products, achieving levels of business velocity and flexibility that are unattainable with monolithic systems. To understand how well companies in this industry are embracing the cloud-native opportunity, their motivations for doing so and the success they’re seeing, Capgemini recently commissioned a global survey. The findings confirm the growing importance of cloud native in this industry, with the percentage of applications being cloud native forecast to double by the year 2020.

So how can you accelerate your cloud-native journey? Read our industry perspective paper on cloud native, in which we offer analysis of our survey findings, pragmatic advice, and best practice examples from cloud-native leaders in the retail and customer products industry.

Discover what cloud-native success looks like in retail and consumer-focused companies.

Download the perspective paper here

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