As Cloud computing has taken off over the last few years, some rendering software providers have developed cost-effective services that take advantage of the scale, accessibility and affordability that Microsoft Azure, Amazon AWS and others now offer. Rendering requires computing capacity, so the Cloud environment is ideal for certain rendering jobs providing an easily justifiable ROI. For most users it’s about saving time as it enables them to turnaround many rendering jobs simultaneously, instead of rendering on limited local capacity which is a constraint for many smaller practices. It also helps enables users to continue working locally without the impact that rendering and designing simultaneously has traditionally had on a user’s computer performance. Turning around renderings quickly after a client provides final artwork and graphics makes the design process more agile and time efficient, keeping projects on track and enhancing your standing with your clients. In this case study by Render Plus Software, you can read how Four quarters design Studio has integrated Cloud rendering into their workflow to save time and better serve their clients.