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SaaS Simplified: Five Things to Consider Before Deploying a Cloud-based ERP Software Solution

Source: IQMS
As cloud computing continues gains hold, enterprise resource planning (ERP) vendors are going to have to adapt to the needs of their manufacturers. A good ERP vendor will offer a software solution that is flexible in its delivery (whether that is hosted, managed services, or on premise) to allow for the data storage needs of the customer. The bottom line should be that if your software doesn’t fit or it doesn’t work well for your business, it is irrelevant who owns it or how you access it. Read this white paper to learn about five things to consider before you opt for the cloud.


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