Practical Cloud Computing Today-Private Cloud ERP in a Hybrid Cloud Deployment: An Oracle Accelerate for Midsize Companies Briefing

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Midsize companies in most global markets are currently in a major cycle of enterprise resource planning (ERP) replacement driven by economic conditions and operating requirements. Despite the buzz about the cloud, companies are cautious in adopting cloud ERP. This briefing focuses on the current ERP cloud computing landscape from the perspective of midsize customers who have deployed cloud-based ERP when replacing legacy solutions.

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