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RJ Burgess is the CEO of GoIWx, a leading ERP Cloud Hosting services provider based in Minneapolis, MN. Previously, he served as President and CEO of ProCon Companies, Inc., and as President of Burgess Industries, Inc., a family business in the Industrial Manufacturing Industry. An expert in ERP services for over twenty years, RJ’s thoughts and musings on the cloud hosting industry can be found on GoIWx’s Connection to the Cloud blog - http://blog.goiwx.com/blog. You can also connect with RJ on LinkedIn or Google Plus, or email him at RJBurgess@goiwx.com.

After attending the Microsoft Convergence conference, it’s even more clear to me what  an amazing time it is in our industry…actually, it's an amazing time in the world. The freedom of choice and hybrid deployment options available to businesses today are endless. I spoke with many attendees who visited our booth during the week and heard …

Convergence: 5 Key Discussion Points that ERP Hosting Will Trend Up. Read More »

Despite the increased use of cloud in businesses, its full potential still remains relatively unexplored, especially in the relationships between vendors and customers when forming a partnership. Of all channel partners, managed services providers (MSPs) run the greatest risk of cloud hosting providers dropping the partnership and launching a competitive product. This can have a devastating …

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Now used by more than 300,000 clients across 42 countries, Microsoft Dynamics NAV ERP hosting software provides the control and visibility needed to help companies make important decisions affecting margins, cash flow, and business growth as a whole.  The software is also renowned for its ease of customization. Though by no means an exhaustive list, Microsoft …

6 Advantages of NAV ERP Hosting Read More »

Since the first enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems were released in the early 1980s, companies have struggled to meet the need for customization and flexibility with the expensive and complex systems on offer. The introduction of cloud-based ERP hosting solutions has changed this by greatly reducing capital expenditures, lowering overall costs, and reducing implementation time …

CEOs: When You Should Move to ERP Cloud Hosting Read More »

Making the move to a shared cloud hosting environment presents businesses with a number of challenges relating to governance, compliance, risk management, and availability. The following three factors are considered to be of utmost importance if an ERP cloud hosting facility is to provide clients with a quality environment in which to store and manage …

3 Elements of a Top ERP Cloud Hosting Facility Read More »

The Microsoft Services Provider License Agreement (SPLA) allows Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) who are offering hosted solutions, MBS (Microsoft Business Solutions) Partners who manage premise infrastructure, and cloud hosting providers to license Microsoft products and applications to their customers. To best meet customer needs, the original program was designed based on feedback taken from ISVs and …

A Brief Overview of Microsoft SPLA Read More »

Businesses are always looking for new ways to capitalize on internal intelligence to make every supplier, distributor, and service interaction count. Speed is essential in markets that have rapid product life cycles and short time-to-market schedules. While on-premise systems can help to achieve these needs, cloud-based solutions are quicker to implement, easier to customize, and …

5 Benefits of ERP Cloud Hosting Read More »

Traditionally, companies have had to buy, build, and maintain their IT infrastructure in an expensive and complicated process. SaaS ERP provides businesses with an alternative whereby they can subscribe to services on a shared infrastructure via the Internet. Given the many advantages of the SaaS model over on-premise, businesses of all types and sizes are …

The 3Cs of SaaS ERP: Cost, Customization, Control Read More »

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