7 Game Changing Trends: Why It’s Time to Move to Online Accounting Software

7 Trends ERP Cloud Cover imageThe past decade has brought extraordinary changes to the way we do business.

The internet has matured, mobile devices are part of everyday life, and cloud-based solutions have gone mainstream. New trends, enabled by these fundamental developments, are emerging that will further impact your business.

The great news is that the tools that allow you to capitalize on these trends are easier to afford and more powerful than ever before. Technology that was only available to enterprise companies just a few short years ago is within reach of every business.

The cloud is removing the barriers, allowing you to compete head to head with the leaders in your industry.

What we traditionally thought of as “accounting software” is now labeled “ERP” (Enterprise Resource Planning) to reflect more core solution capabilities that can manage supply chain, operations, reporting, and HR. ERP solutions that integrate with other productivity tools used in your day-to-day work activities can provide the visibility you need to manage, and grow, your business.

We’ve written this white paper with the small and midsize business in mind—to explain the trends in plain terms and help you understand how you can put the cloud to work to capitalize on the opportunities.

  1. Keeping pace with a mobile workforce
  2. IT moves to the background
  3. The “Internet of Things”
  4. Security across devices and the cloud
  5. Increasing complexity of compliance
  6. Digital natives move up the corporate ladder
  7. The age of data analysis

Download the full white paper to keep reading and get your jump start on the next big opportunity.

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by ERP Cloud Blog Editors, www.erpsoftwareblog.com/cloud

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