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Sensis ditches all on-prem infrastructure in three-year cloud push

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Sensis ditched its entire on-premises infrastructure over the past three years and is now running its business across AWS and Salesforce.

The company, which is 70 percent owned by Platinum Equity and 30 percent by Telstra, pulled off the major cloud-only transformation to afford itself a “chance to have a future”.

General manager of product, technology and operations Andrew Crozier told Salesforce’s Dreamforce 18 conference that the company had been running on systems “delivered in 1983”.

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