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Turnkey Technologies, Inc.

3 Compelling Reasons to Put Your ERP Software in the Cloud


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“Cloud tipping point at hand”- says Google CIO Ben Fried

The fast pace of technology changes over the last few years has challenged CIOs and CFOs to keep up.  Government regulations, global economic turmoil, and technology-savvy employees are creating demands on your business, and your ERP Software System is at the center of it all.

In the past, many organizations wouldn’t have dreamed of putting their critical business systems outside their walls. But with the advancement of technology it makes a lot of sense to reconsider.  Here are three reasons to look at a cloud hosted ERP solution:

  1. Regulatory Compliance – It can be very expensive keeping SAS 70 Type II and SOX compliance for your organization.  By choosing a SOX compliant ERP hosting provider, you can leverage all their policies to assure your own SOX compliance.
  2. Disaster RecoveryERP hosting providers have more redundant systems, up- to- date software and hardware, highly trained staff, and multiple locations to protect your data and ensure its availability.  You can leverage their investment for faster turnaround times and peace of mind.
  3. Employee Consumerization of IT – Smartphones, iPhones, iPads are the mainstay with knowledgeable workers in the workforce. They are more mobile and want the same access to their business systems – no matter the place, time or device – as they have with their iTunes or Facebook.

 

If you'd like to learn more, give me a call at 636-237-2280 or email us at sales@turnkeytec.com.

By Michael Ramatowski at Turnkey Technologies, Inc. – Missouri, Illinois, and Kentucky Microsoft Gold Certified Dynamics GP and CRM Partner

One Response to “3 Compelling Reasons to Put Your ERP Software in the Cloud”

  1. Making sure everyone has access to the most up to date information is critical. Any breakdown in communication can ripple backwards through the organization and cause a major delay in the end. The easier and quicker employees can access the data they need to do their job the better.