How to Spot Cloud ERP Fakes Free eBook
 
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Intelligent Technologies, Inc.

How to Spot Cloud ERP Fakes


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Cloud software solutions like ERP that help businesses manage their processes have earned a lot of press over the last couple years, and for good reason. After all, they can help make your teams more efficient and often lead to cost savings. But, as cloud ERP becomes increasingly popular, it’s important to note that not all solutions are created equally. Some providers have tried marketing their solutions as cloud products, even though they are not truly cloud-based. This practice has become known as “cloudwashing.”

Don’t let your organization fall for this bait and switch, educate yourself on how to separate the real cloud ERP solutions from the fog machines. “Clearing the ERP Clouds”, an insightful e-book written by SMB Group can help you avoid many of the common pitfalls associated with shopping for cloud ERP software solutions. In it, you’ll learn about:

  • The different types of cloud solutions available today
  • The costs and benefits associated with each type of solution
  • How to identify true cloud solutions
  • Data security in the cloud

Choosing the right software solutions for your business is an important decision. Don’t let yourself be fooled by smoke and mirrors. If you’ve decided to make the move to the cloud, be sure that the solution you choose is a genuine cloud product.

What are you waiting for? Download this free e-book now!

We hope that this e-book helps to make your journey to the cloud a bit smoother. Should you have questions about migrating to the cloud or finding a cloud ERP solution that meets your business needs, please contact us. Our friendly experts look forward to helping you find a solution that will fit your business like a glove.

By: Laura Schomaker, Intelligent Technologies Inc., a North Carolina Acumatica partner

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