Geneva Watch Group Cuts Cost & Improves Delivery with an 'as-a-Service' Development Solution

Geneva Watch Group (GWG) required ongoing development work after upgrades to their ERP software, however demands did not justify a full-time hire and contractors were not always available when needed.

Due to these factors GWG decided to access software developer skills through Allari's IT-as-a-Service (ITaaS) model. This consumption-based approach has resulted in:

  • A 64% Lower Cost Than Using a Full Time Hire/Contractor 
  • Zero Upfront Investment or Ongoing Overhead Expense
  • On-Demand Availability Resulting in More Consistent Results and Faster Turnaround on Development Requests

Learn more about the factors driving GWG to select an 'as-a-Service' solution for their ongoing development needs and understand the benefits leading more Enterprise buyers to select consumption-based engagements. Read the case study now. 

ITaaS Core Benefits

Traditional resource models generally require that you to predict how much resources and skill sets you need over a period of several years. If you underestimate you may not have the horsepower to handle unexpected workloads. If you overestimate you are wasting money with superfluous resources. The on-demand and elastic nature of the ITaaS model enables support services to be closely aligned as it expands and contracts with the actual demand thereby increasing overall utilization and decreasing cost.


Elasticity is the power to scale resources up and down instantly. The elastic nature of ASI's ITaaS model allows companies to scale up and down easily while only paying for actual resources use. The ITaaS model allows businesses to quickly gain access to IT skill sets. Instantly scale up as the workload grows. Instantly stop resources that are no longer required. When you scale down, you no longer pay for the resource. Whether you need one IT professional or five, Allari provides the resources to meet your needs.


Enterprises are using ASI's ITaaS model for the following use cases:  Developing customer facing web applications that power ecommerce. Creating customer business applications to support the needs of internal functions such as HR, Finance and Sales. Running Enterprise applications such as Infor, Microsoft, Oracle and SAP applications, windows server, sharepoint server and database servers. Processing big data and high performance computing workloads for business intelligence fields. Disaster recovery, backup and archive of business critical data.