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FAQ About Cloud ERP For Small Companies

CHAPTER 2

What Are The Key Features Of Cloud-ERP?

 

Payment

It is common for cloud-based ERP providers to require their clients to pay a subscription fee to access the software. Companies access a single, easy-to-manage monthly or yearly fee. All they do is choose the pricing plan that best suits current needs, and they can scale it up and down over time as necessary. That way, SMBs can embrace new technologies that they could not have otherwise access.

Maintenance

Cloud ERP vendors typically provide software that a business uses working with a server owned by the vendor. Therefore, the software provider is responsible for a host of measures, including security, updates, backups, and data integrity. The vendor is also responsible for maintaining the software, ensuring data integrity, providing security, and performing the updates need to keep it current. 

Location

A business hosts its applications off-site when using a cloud-based server, which doesn’t require capital expenditure. Instead, the organization obtains computing resources as an operational expense. Furthermore, SMBs only pay for the resources they consume, which is especially useful for companies that expect to expand rapidly.

Implementation

Deployment of cloud-based ERP it’s usually global-ready, allowing organizations to provide end-users with real-time data, regardless of their geographic location. Users’ ability to access accurate, up-to-date information across an organization’s value chain permits efficient collaboration and better decision-making.

Data recovery

Disaster recovery (DR) is the process of re-establishing normal business operations after a large-scale disruption, which typically results from a natural or human-made disaster. Cloud-based ERP enables practical DR due to its ability to disperse data to physically separate data centers, which is another important factor when considering SaaS vs. on-premise ERPs.

Agility

Cloud-ERP software allows organizations to apply agile principles to optimize processes, improve productivity, and increase profits.

Customer Service

Everything, from application management to data migration to servers, storage, and networking, is handled by a team of specialized professionals usually available year-round. 

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