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Aug. 1 (Bloomberg) -- Twilio Co-Founder and CEO Jeff Lawson discusses the company's cloud communications products and clients with Scarlet Fu on Bloomberg Television's "Money Moves." (Source: Bloomberg)

Tullio is a cloud communications company for communications and something that companies use to develop that into their corporations.

You get the example of a car company that sends you text messages when you're cap is pulling up.

That keeps you in the loop about when to expect the cab.

How do you position against big companies like a via?

We started the company focused on software people.

By moving this and for structure from inside your closet, moving it as a shared infrastructure in the cloud, this is a change.

You see this in software as a service, salesforce, you see this in the infrastructure how amazon is moving the data center in the cloud.

We are doing it for communications.

Software is about eight percent.

Medications is 44%. it is an enormous part of how companies invest.

This has not yet moved to the cloud and twilio is making that happen.

You expect more competition going forward?

Twilio is a unique take.

We were born to serve as software people and was born in the cloud.

Everything we do is focused on providing global, scalable resources in the cloud to incorporate communications into their applications.

That is a unique take because that is not what the history of telecom has been geared toward.

That is where we have made a footprint.

What are the biggest misconceptions about the cloud?

That is a good question.

A lot of people ask about, how is it going to work with my business?

Is a reliable?

I think as a technology world, we come to grip with the facts the cloud is a better alternative to having every company run their own infrastructure in their own server closet.

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