It’s been an exciting 6 months here at Oatfin. Since we launched Oatfin Cloud Cost Intelligence in beta, we’ve received invaluable feedback and I wanted to share our progress.

Feedback that Drives Innovation:

First and foremost, a huge thank you to everyone who jumped into the beta testing phase with us. The feedback has been invaluable! We’ve been diligently listening, learning, and refining Oatfin Cloud Cost Intelligence based on your insights. Your input is shaping the future of our platform, and we couldn’t be more grateful.

What We’ve Learned:

Our beta users have highlighted specific pain points and challenges they face in managing AWS costs. Unpredictable costs, hidden fees, and the lack of visibility are consistent themes. Your experiences are the driving force behind our mission to simplify and optimize cloud cost management.

Refining the Intelligence:

Since the beta launch, we’ve been hard at work fine-tuning the AI models, enhancing data collection processes, and optimizing our approach to better predict and manage cloud costs. The journey to solving the cloud cost puzzle is ongoing, and the feedback is the compass guiding us in the right direction.

Exciting Features on the Horizon:

Based on your suggestions and needs, we’re gearing up to roll out some exciting features in the coming weeks. Stay tuned for updates on enhanced cost visibility, personalized recommendations, and even more ways to take control of your AWS spending.

How You Can Help:

Your continued participation in the beta testing phase is crucial. Please keep those insights coming! Whether it’s a small observation or a big “Aha!” moment, every bit helps us refine and improve Oatfin Cloud Cost Intelligence.

Join the Conversation:

We’ve set up a dedicated space for beta users to share thoughts, ask questions, and connect with each other on Slack. Your experiences and expertise contribute to a vibrant and collaborative Oatfin community.

Thank you for being part of this journey with us. Together, we’re reshaping the way cloud costs are managed.

Stay tuned for more updates, and as always, feel free to reach out if you have any questions or thoughts to share.