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How to Break Free from IT Constraints with Cloud ERP

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In the old days of enterprise resource planning (ERP), a company, even a medium sized one, was expected to have some big iron on premise in order to run its ERP software. The software license and the hardware to run it required a sizable investment from a company’s capital expenditure budget. On top of that, they also had to pay IT professionals to manage the servers and support employees using the software, which meant costly operational expenditures as well. Today, Cloud ERP offers a great alternative.

A subscription-based model for cloud ERP allows you to unlock your organization’s full potential without the limitations of your current on-premise technology. No longer will you need to rely so heavily on IT staff to keep everything running. Instead, your IT professional can focus on other areas while your ERP system runs in the cloud without a hitch.

Cloud ERP is a cost-effective, long-term alternative. You can bypass budget battles that you would normally face every time your ERP software needs a new feature requiring an upgrade. Adding features in the cloud is all handled by your cloud provider and is simply added to your balanced subscription cost. As new business models come along, you can support them without big investments in new hardware or the risks associated with that new technology.

Cloud ERP can reduce IT staffing costs, help you stay ahead of the competition and much more.

You can read about the many benefits of cloud ERP in the new white paper: “Don’t Be Held Hostage: How Cloud ERP Frees Your Finance Team from the Limitations of IT”.

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3 Responses to “How to Break Free from IT Constraints with Cloud ERP”

  1. Swati says:

    @ERP Software
    I am glad to read this great post. This information is very useful and all the details you mentioned in this post is easy to understand. Thanks for sharing this informative post.

  2. Anisha Jain says:

    I understand the advantages of Cloud ERP, But is there any negative effect of ERP on the Limitation of it.