Is Cloud Ringing the Death Toll for ERP? « ERP the Right Way!

Is Cloud Ringing the Death Toll for ERP? « ERP the Right Way!.

Software developers are being forced to recognize the business benefits of cloud computing models, and must shift their thinking along with the demand.  ERP isn’t dead or dying.  It’s changing, and delivering new agility and capability to businesses of all sizes.  Developers are going to have to find ways to modernize and adapt old, large frameworks to address these new demands, or lose out to newer players.

“Cloud on its own doesn’t affect the validity of ERP. Businesses still require management software to help them run their organization effectively. What Cloud does do however, is level the playing field and make ERP solutions more accessible to the consumer. That means publishers and resellers need to pay attention.” ERP The Right Way! guest blog by Jason Carroll with contributions from Brett Beaubouef

Make Sense?


Read more about legacy application modernization, and why IT and back-office outsourcing makes sense for a lot of reasons 

About Joanie Mann

Joanie Mann is a recognized authority in the areas of ISV cloud enablement and ASP service delivery, and consults with application and platform hosting companies worldwide. Her extensive work with accounting professionals worldwide has also positioned her as an expert consultant and adviser to professional practitioners seeking to leverage cloud accounting solutions, web-based applications and Internet technologies in their firms and with their clients. Author of Cloud Hosting Explained for Normal People (available on Amazon Kindle) Principal consultant at Cooper Mann Consulting @JoanieMann on twitter
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