ERP Cloud Considerations [Ebook]

From accounting to workforce management, ERP solutions deliver centralised control, increased efficiency and greater operational visibility. Recent research and industry case studies have revealed that cloud-based ERP systems have radical benefits in terms of efficiency, productivity and resource use if implemented correctly.

The author of this page: Deirdre Lysaght
Deirdre Lysaght, Marketing Executive May 13, 2021

The smartest and most cutting edge organisations are moving their on-premise enterprises to the cloud, and it’s proving highly beneficial for their business processes in the long run. Cloud ERPs are enhancing productivity, improving the user experience, reducing the paper trail and creating a significantly more connected and efficient business.

Enterprise Software leads all Cloud Migration Plans for 2021

According to a recent Forbes study, 17% of enterprises plan to migrate to cloud-based Customer Relationship Management (CRM), Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Human Resource Management (HRM) and various other line-of-business applications in 2021.

16% say they are planning to migrate their collaboration and communication solutions to the cloud in 2021, accelerated by work-from-home health considerations being a high priority for the foreseeable future.

15% of enterprises are also planning to migrate to more cloud-based Business Intelligence (BI), Data Warehouse (DW) and Data Analytics systems.

'ERP Cloud Considerations' eBook includes:

  • Location Matters: Where is your Cloud?

  • Objectives Matter: What are your goals?

  • Cloud Options

  • Benefits of Cloud-based ERP

  • Why Dynamics 365 Business Central?

  • Storm's approach

To migrate from on-prem to Cloud-based Dynamics 365, you need an in-depth assessment, the right preparation and the help of an experienced partner. Contact Storm today to learn more about how your business could benefit from a cloud-based ERP Solution.

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