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Sage Analyst Day 2011: Not your Older Brother’s Sage - Part 2
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implementing a dss in health care  to why firms are implementing and using cloud-based business solutions. Real business improvements, such as the speed of deployment, faster time-to-market, improved service, improved processes, etc., are the key drivers of SaaS adoption. These trends translate to a rapidly growing rate of adoption of cloud business solutions for core business systems, such as accounting and ERP. According to Saugatuck Technology , an average of 20 percent of firms today use such solutions for at least one core business

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