Tomorrow’s ERP will enhance the ability of organizations to apply context to decision-making and adapt more easily to changing events. Hence the need for a fundamentally different engine, one that is built for outside-in integration, anticipates unpredictable and intermittent growth, and can handle the exploding volumes of data and service interactions. Find more…
ERP is an acronym for Enterprise Resource Planning that has been known to be the backbone of many corporate-scale businesses. Generally, most of the large companies look for major players in the market like SAP, Oracle, Microsoft Dynamics etc. Their offerings are comprehensive, but at the same time expensive in licensing, implementation and maintenance perspective. […]
When expanding your business globally, an on-premise solution may be your default choice for greater control and flexibility. Traditionally, companies licensed enterprise software and then implemented it “on-premise” – for their own or controlled physical location – and provisioned the hardware, infrastructure and support to set it up and maintain it for employees. SaaS solution, […]
CRM is that system allowing businesses to manage business relationships and the data and information associated with it. If developed accordingly CRM can change the game of any business and can add up as a valuable asset for your business growth.
Though admissibly twenty years old, the software-as-a-service (SaaS) business model has become a prevalent approach. It has changed the way mid to small sized companies address and resolve their IT challenges, bringing better scalability, more flexibility and mobility to the mix. And, it hasn’t stopped there: Growth of the SaaS business model has led many […]