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Research and Markets: Case Study Featuring Amazon, eBay, Google, Oracle and Salesfore: KPN Plans To Launch Aggregated Cloud Services for Enterprise Customers

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/dp2rqx/case_study_kpn) has announced the addition of the "Case Study: KPN Plans To Launch Aggregated Cloud Services for Enterprise Customers" report to their offering.

KPN's launch of cloud services represents a good model of a service provider offering services with a blend of technology, application and channel partners.

This Viewpoint discusses KPN's enterprise cloud service, delivered through a wide range of technology and app partners, in which KPN is able to aggregate an extensive range of cloud services and act as a cloud services broker. It also discusses the five core elements of its service that provide customers with a range of tools to select, monitor and manage their cloud services.

This Viewpoint provides:

- An overview of KPN's plan to launch an enterprise cloud service

- A five-year forecast of enterprise cloud service revenue, growth rates and market share

- A discussion of its channel to market

- A discussion of its technology strategy

- An analysis of its partnerships with organisations such as Amazon, eBay, Google, Jamcracker, Oracle and salesforce.com

- A discussion of the features and functionality of its cloud service

- Market drivers and inhibitors

- Recommendations for operators in this market.

Companies Mentioned

- Amazon

- eBay

- Google

- Jamcracker

- Oracle

- salesforce.com

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/dp2rqx/case_study_kpn

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