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November 2017 | by Sky.One Solutions
The main objective of ERP solutions is to improve the processes that are part of the supply chain and that is why this type of software is quickly becoming a mandatory item for most organizations. And its implementation in the cloud comes to further enhance the benefits for organizations.
The difference between ERP solutions in the cloud and those installed in our own datacenter basically consists of the location, installation and maintenance procedures. However, when applied in the cloud, this technology has strategically impacted the company's processes, promoting financial savings, greater flexibility and much more.
The need to meet security requirements, cost reduction and even the application of good accounting practices are examples of benefits when applying the use of ERP systems in a cloud environment, with positive effects on the company's processes.
By adopting an ERP solution in the cloud, the costs of acquiring and maintaining servers are eliminated. Also, the technology provider will have their own team of IT technicians to ensure the system is running smoothly ensuring your data is safe. Expenditure previously directed to a local datacenter can be applied to improving processes and investing in innovation within the organization.
Cloud storage allows for an increase in storage capacity according to the company's needs. Cloud computing offers the flexibility needed for ERP solutions to scale up whenever necessary, avoiding delays in customer service and expansion.
Still talking about flexibility, another important feature offered by the cloud is linked to the possibility for teams to access the solution anywhere with data updated in real time.
Companies that provide cloud-based ERP have highly secure networks and procedures in place to ensure the safety of your data. Fast dispute resolution processes and procedures based on best practices and compliance models ensure the security of user and customer data.
ERP systems installed in proprietary datacenters are upgradable, however, there are many factors that complicate the process. This procedure, when done internally, requires time, effort and a lot of work, and therefore, investment by the company.
With a cloud-based ERP, the provider has the responsibility to automatically update all features at no extra cost to you. This is a very quick and hassle free process that is regularly done efficiently through the various features that exist in the cloud platform.
With so many amazing features that come with cloud-based ERP systems, it's no wonder the solution is on the rise. By investing in this technology you can save up to 54% on IT infrastructure, upgrade your system more efficiently and reduce deployment time.
Get in touch with Sky.One and learn about the best ways to deploy an ERP solution in the cloud and improve your company's processes.
This content was produced by SkyOne's team of cloud and digital transformation experts.