Cloudify’s world-class team of global innovation leaders understands how to apply disruptive 21st century technologies—benefiting from their endless capabilities and unlimited capacity for business potential. That’s why some of the largest, most reputable organizations on the planet put their trust in us.

Cloudify Clients


  • Financial Services
  • Healthcare
  • Higher Education
  • Automotive
  • Logistics
  • Manufacturing


Cloudify is dedicated to producing the best solutions for our clients. Cloud technologies are almost always a large part of today’s solutions—hence our name. Our skillsets, however, cross multiple disciplines, which is essential in producing complete solutions. We hope our success stories will give you an idea of the possibilities when expertise across many areas is applied to creating solutions.

Healthcare Software Company

QSI, one of the world’s top providers of medical software used by dental offices reached a pivot point. The hosted data center they were in was running out of room. Their customer base was growing rapidly, straining their lean, efficient team. They needed help assessing their options, especially understanding whether this was the right moment to move to a Cloud solution.

Financial Services Company

A Financial Services company took the easiest path to the Cloud and it turned out to be the wrong one. Faced with an edict from the CEO, the CIO took the easiest path and moved to Amazon Elastic Cloud. The transition was smooth, but the solution was problematic.

Predictive Analytics Company

A Predictive Analytics company developed a new web-based version of their product in their labs. They needed to move it into Production. Their customer base, however, consists of Banks and other large Financial Services firms, with stringent security and compliance needs.


Online Shipping Company

The founder of one of the most successful e-commerce sites in the Shipping industry had a revolutionary idea to make the World a better place by reducing the overall footprint of shipping while, at the same time, reducing the cost to individuals of shipping household goods. This idea would require technology that did not yet exist in the industry.