Technology as a Catalyst for Industry Change

“Everything is going to be connected to cloud and data… All of this will be mediated by software.” – Satya Nadella, CEO, Microsoft

At naus we develop software solutions that turn waste data into intelligence. Our services and solutions have been developed to respond to the rapidly changing needs of the waste industry. We pride ourselves on partnering with our clients, offering industry leading consultation and continuous, personalised customer support to set them up for success. By providing our clients with the tools to manage, analyse, and report on their entire waste ecosystem, we are empowering them to make the best decisions for their business now, and into the future.

Doing business in the Cloud

As of 2018, over 96% of businesses regularly use cloud computing to secure their data and reduce the risks and associated costs of onsite data storage and management.


Cost Savings

Moving to the cloud removes the upfront cost of purchasing, managing and upgrading IT systems and servers. Most software solutions are now available through the cloud as Software as a Service (SaaS). SaaS is a method of software delivery and licensing in which software is accessed online via a subscription, rather than bought and installed on individual computers.

With cloud hosting, clients pay for:

  • Annual client access licences (for administration users,)
  • An annual subscription fee, and
  • An initial one-off migration fee.

The subscription fee for all sites is aligned to contract dates and includes central hosting and administration, as well as database backup and monitoring.


Cloud-based data infrastructure is efficient, inexpensive, and responsive to demand.

By moving software to the cloud, businesses gain efficiencies by being able to access and manage the software from anywhere with an internet connection.

Back up and Security

Information security continues to be a major hurdle for businesses. A complete defence of critical infrastructure is often costly and time consuming. Threats can evolve quickly, giving local IT teams very little time to respond and secure critical systems.

Cloud-based data storage enhances the security of your system as it builds redundancy into your information management approach.