Through Our Customers’ Eyes

June 17, 2015

There’s something unique about getting an opinion about a product or service from someone who has actually used that service—it’s part of the reason why the reviews on Amazon and apps like Yelp have become so popular.

We can tell you all day long about all the things the SoftLayer cloud platform is capable of, but wouldn’t it be nice to get real life accounts about real customers who are building real businesses by using it?

The new customer stories page on our website features video and written stories of just that—happy customers who wanted to share their experiences about changing their industries or improving the way they do business by using SoftLayer.

And some of our customers are doing some really, really cool things. Take Sohonet, for example. The company is using the SoftLayer cloud to improve processes in the movie industry. Its private network for processing, storing, and collaborating on media workloads in the cloud has set a new standard for production and post-production work in the media industry. Check it out:

We have many more SoftLayer customers who are also doing cool things. You can read their stories on our new customer stories page.

We think we have some of the most innovative customers in the cloud. If you’re thinking about becoming one of them, take a look around. Then sign up, and maybe you can be our next featured story.

-Rachel

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