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What can CIOs do to minimize SaaS/cloud integration costs?

If you have cloud native apps that you've already started spending money on, you should leverage the hilt out of them. It will save you not only integration and all sorts of costs going down the road as you move into the bigger environment, but you’ll also already have a way to recuperate what I call sunk cost in those cloud native apps. And Salesforce is one of my faves, for one reason: scalability. Not that I recommend it to clients as a product, but rather from an architecture point of view. Now that they're doing industry verticals, you will be able to take advantage in the sense of leveraging it to the hilt.

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If you have cloud native apps that you've already started spending money on, you should leverage the hilt out of them. It will save you not only integration and all sorts of costs going down the road as you move into the bigger environment, but you’ll also already have a way to recuperate what I call sunk cost in those cloud native apps. And Salesforce is one of my faves, for one reason: scalability. Not that I recommend it to clients as a product, but rather from an architecture point of view. Now that they're doing industry verticals, you will be able to take advantage in the sense of leveraging it to the hilt.
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