ERP in a Hybrid Cloud Landscape
Companies are under pressure to respond to customer demand ever more rapidly. Whether in wholesale, industry, construction, engineering, food, or consumer packaged goods, ERP is the cornerstone of an organization. And that foundation has to be adaptable to the constantly changing technological requirements imposed on the business. The ERP has to link up with an application landscape that, these days, is concentrated increasingly in the cloud. How do you ensure a future-proof ERP and how can organizations take their first steps toward cloud computing?
Organizations can operate faster and with greater focus by outsourcing non-core tasks. That also applies to an organization's data center IT. More and more organizations are looking at ways to migrate parts of their financial and logistical backbone to the cloud.But before they can do so, they have to know their systems and business requirements inside and out. How does an ERP gain the desired flexibility?
This white paper considers aspects including:
- What are the requirements for a modern ERP?
- Outsourcing increases business focus
- Sufficient influence on SaaS configuration?
- Automatic updates and upgrades
- Flexible ERP in the public and private cloud
- ERP in a modular landscape
- Taking first steps toward the cloud
Would you like to learn what requirements a modern ERP system needs to meet to offer your business the right agility? Read the white paper on ERP in a Hybrid Cloud Landscape.