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For running a retail business, there are various aspects that one needs to vary - market trends, keeping inventory up-to-date, customer retention & engagement, employee or staff management, accounts & finance, etc... There are a variety of challenges that retail business owners have to battle to keep the business going. On top of it, the intense
One thing that everyone might have learned from this pandemic crisis, it’s the importance of digitalization to keep the business working and stay competitive. If we look at the situation before the pandemic, most of the businesses were working on on-premises ERP models, which were good when working at the location itself. But now, things have changed
With the rapid advancement in ERP software technology, one question often comes in our mind - “which method is best to access the ERP, On-premise or Cloud?” Following are some of the key areas you should consider when deciding between cloud ERP and on-premise ERP software:
Integration and Customization
For on-premise software, these two features
Before you think about the benefits that Cloud ERP will give you, you should know how it differs from other ERP systems? First of all, cloud ERP is a service that does not require your company’s IT staff to manage. After its deployment, the company’s ERP software, its data, and information, everything is managed by the software vendor via the internet