The Benefits of Running Your Business Software in the Cloud: Strategies for Success

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With the growth of cloud computing, businesses must understand their application footprint, how applications and business processes cross departments and lines of business, and how to optimize their applications architecture around collaboration and process. This white paper shows how businesses can position themselves for cost-effective growth and improved competitiveness by combining an integration applications strategy with cloud delivery.

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Understanding ERP Deployment Choices

Enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems were once deployed as monolithic systems running in local data centers. Today, there are a multitude of ERP deployment strategies: single-system, cloud-based, operational, peer, hybrid, and multilevel approaches. Advances in ERP system design, the advent of cloud computing, and the ongoing evolution of business are among the key factors driving this proliferation of choices. Read More

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