Most ERP Implementation Challenges
On-Premise vs. Software as a Service
On-premise ERP systems usually require large upfront and ongoing investments to manage the software and all related Infrastructure and facilities necessary to run it. If your company doesn’t have a large or experienced IT staff, you may also have to also invest more time and money in additional personnel and train them.
Cloud-based ERP, Pay-as-you-go subscription model that can make cash flow management and planning much easier, Renewal booking in cloud tell our customers the real story, not initial investment. Also initial costs are typically much lower because you simply implement the software to your requirements.
Cloud ERP provider:
– Hosts and maintains all of the IT infrastructure for you,
– Ensures the system is always running and upgrading,
– Ensure your data is secure,
This all allows your IT resources to focus on innovating and helping grow the business more effectively, rather than spending a disproportionate amount of their time on maintaining and managing your on-premise systems.