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Posts Tagged ‘ERP deployment options’

Selecting the Right ERP: Cloud or On-premises?

Your ERP system is sort of like your car: It's probably hard to imagine your day-to-day routine without it, even if you don't spend a lot of time consciously thinking about what it does. A car gets you to the office, the store and back home, while ERP underpins all of your key business processes […]

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To Deploy Dynamics GP in the Cloud or Not?

For the last few years, it’s become difficult to go more than a couple days without hearing someone bring up the terms “Cloud” or “Cloud computing.” Financial software, in particular is one of the main system types that have really been revolutionized by this trend.  However, there still remains a lot of confusion surrounding the […]

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IT-Free Microsoft Dynamics GP, Why the Cloud May Be Right for You

There is a lot of buzz around Cloud computing solutions. If you are looking to migrate to Microsoft Dynamics® GP or upgrade your current version, does it make sense for you to consider an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) solution in the Cloud? Here are some of the advantages to hosting your Microsoft Dynamics GP solution […]

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Microsoft’s Azure Cloud Gaining in Popularity

Since the recent announcement of Microsoft Dynamics ERP moving to the cloud this year, other enterprise resource planning (ERP) vendors have taken interest.   For example, Sage recently announced that they will partner with Microsoft in order to use Microsoft Azure as their platform for their cloud ERP offerings.  An alliance of this nature shows that […]

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How Can Custom ERP Software Inhibit Business Agility?

The findings of a report by IFS North America are surprising: Over 50% of companies say that ERP systems lock them into rigid business processes which are very difficult to change once implemented.  This report shows that businesses become less agile because the cost and effort to reconfigure the existing system becomes too expensive. So how can […]

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