The way we interact with our computers and the software they run has been evolving since the rise of the internet and mobile computing. As the technology has evolved we have seen web pages being built to act more like computers and computers being designed to work with the touch of your hand and the sound of your voice. This evolution is leading to higher productivity and efficiency when implemented properly by the publisher and the end user organization.
At I-Business Network, our goal is to Powerful Business Technology Made Simple. We do that by cloud enabling your business in a data center designed specifically for the ERP systems we host. Whether the technology is "true cloud" or more traditional, we make the user interface easy to use for you via browser, cloud application, or hosted desktop. Because we are experts in both the cloud and the business management software we host, we minimize business disruption caused by changes in technology.
For more information on how we can make your business more efficient contact one of our solution experts at 678-627-0646 x230 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
When it comes to Office Productivity Software, Microsoft Office remains the predominant player. Over the past few years Microsoft has been working hard to improve the functionality of its web based Office 365 Suite and is driving all users to subscription based pricing. ERP providers like Sage and SAP follow Microsoft closely and have been integrating the suite into their products in various ways.
Moving to the cloud isn’t about the money, it’s about optimizing your core business, increasing efficiency and effectiveness, driving new revenue and growth. When you think about it, the benefits are there:
If you’ve heard it once, you’ve heard it a thousand times, “I can’t afford a new ERP” or “I can’t afford to change ERPs”! When you add the cost of purchasing a couple of servers, racks to house the servers, backup systems, firewall and security, and hiring expertise to manage the equipment to the cost of implementing a new ERP system, it can get really expensive really fast. It can almost seem overwhelming to a lot of small business owners. Yet, the cost to implement a new ERP doesn’t have to be that overwhelming if you take an Operating Expense (OPEX) approach instead of a Capital Expense (CAPEX) approach.