Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)ERP deployment is providing information and solutions as automated activity and services available to companies anywhere with Internet connection. With ERP software, organizations can use integrated enterprise modules to manage operations, such as accounting, financing, inventory, sales and marketing. Enterprise modules are purchased separately to meet the needs and processes of business. With a resource management system, operations can be more easily handled and data can be easily stored and shared. Businesses can access information and resources effectively, efficiently and in real time.
SaasSaas (Software as a service) is a delivery service model for enterprises, and an Saas provider hosts software and data on a cloud. Business users can also access various applications in the cloud, such as accounting, CRM, invoicing and HR, over a network or Internet. Known as "on-demand software," Saas provides easier administration, global availability and minimal IT troubleshooting. Using a third party and cloud, businesses depend less on traditional software and hardware that can be costly and inefficient. Core service models also include Paas (Platform as a service) and Iaas (Infrastructure as a service).
Cost ReductionsIndividuals and companies are turning to Cloud Computing not only for its ease of data accessibility and security but because of its economical benefits. Unlike traditional IT, Cloud Computing doesn't require installation costs and companies only pay for storage that's used. According to a global survey conducted by TNS, companies reported that 47 percent of operating costs decreased while efficiency increased by 52 percent.
Small BusinessesSmall business have a lot to gain with Cloud Computing and integrated flexible applications. Businesses improve connectivity with outside partners, employee productivity and workload efficiency. Cloud Computing applications keep small businesses competitive and up-to-date with automated upgrades and affordable technological capabilities.
MobileWhether you're working with your smart phone, laptop or tablet, a company using a mobile cloud gives employees the opportunity to access work securely and remotely. Workers can work and access information using their mobile devices while away from an office and on-the-go. By investing in cloud computer applications, businesses can use mobile devices as tools for providing solutions and data anywhere, anytime. Google's acquisition of Motorola Mobility and the partnership between Nokia and Microsoft emphasize how Cloud Computing application accessibility via mobile capacities is in demand.
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