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7 Game Changing Trends: Why It’s Time to Move to Online Accounting Software

The past decade has brought extraordinary changes to the way we do business. The internet has matured, mobile devices are part of everyday life, and cloud-based solutions have gone mainstream. New trends, enabled by these fundamental developments, are emerging that will further impact your business. The great news is that the tools that allow you […]

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Benefits of Moving Your ERP to the Cloud

As several systems are now being integrated with or migrated into the cloud, you may assume that your business ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) systems are kept on the ground. Nevertheless, for the majority of companies their ERP systems are the so called “crown jewels” software.  Discussions regarding media sharing, searching, and collaboration systems will normally […]

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Will 2014 Be the Year of the ERP Cloud?

It will surely be! Many business owners  in the process of expanding their company will need a bigger and better ERP (enterprise resource planning) system to handle day-to-day business operations. According to a report called “ERP – The Cuckoo in the Cloud Land”, 84% of respondents said that they used at least one form of […]

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4 New Business Challenges Ushering In Cloud ERP Solutions

There’s no question that there is a lot of buzz about the cloud, especially for businesses.  But what makes the cloud a good solution for organizations right now? We’ve discovered 4 key indicators in the market that are ushering in the era of cloud business management solutions, including Cloud ERP Solutions: The increasing consumerization of […]

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New cloud perceptions formed in 2012

When “cloud computing” became a household word just a few years ago, it was believed by many to be the next evolution in computing. Of course not everyone agreed with this. Despite early fears and naysaying cloud computing—and an understanding of cloud computing—has finally reached a point where it is a safe to say that […]

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To Be Or Not To Be In The ERP Cloud

And while I’m quoting Shakespeare, let’s consider another pearl of wisdom from the great bard:  Much Ado about Nothing (actually the title of one of his plays). But hark!  I am NOT saying that the cloud is a trivial topic.  On the contrary, I think it’s important for companies exploring ERP options to evaluate cloud solutions […]

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Addressing ERP Cloud’s Top Security Issues

There has been a lot of progress in terms of cloud security over the past few years, but despite the advancements, companies still have their hesitancies.  Maybe it’s the thought of your most important business data floating around in a mystical cyber-cloud that makes you wonder where your data is going and whether it’s going […]

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Hurricane Irene: No Match for Microsoft Dynamics GP in the Cloud

When evaluating financial management systems, it’s important to look at the option of a cloud-based solution versus an on-premise one.  While both are viable options for many businesses and should be evaluated on a case by case basis, sometimes clear examples emerge from real-world situations that showcase the benefits of the cloud. Here is an […]

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Why ERP Cloud is Fast Becoming a QuickBooks Alternative

No matter the reasons, a growing business will be forced to move beyond and search for a QuickBooks alternative. Read More...

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Top 5 Reasons ERP in the Cloud is Good for SMBs

Once upon a time, only large multi-national companies needed ERP software.  This is no longer the case, as many small and mid-size businesses can now benefit from this technology.  Having an effective ERP solution can level the playing field, allowing small and medium-sized businesses to compete with much larger organizations.  And, the emergence of the […]

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