360° Coverage : Cloud ERP Software Solutions under Scrutiny of Elinext Group

Cloud ERP Software Solutions under Scrutiny of Elinext Group

Elinext Group, an international custom software development company, explores Cloud ERP to provide advanced companies with flexible solution that avoids high capital investments

Sep 7 2013, 6:24am CDT | by PR.com

Syosset, NY, September 07, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Cloud ERP is an approach that puts to use cloud computing platforms instead of costly remote-access software and allows to access real-time data from any place at any time. In view of the growing demand for innovative ERP solutions among business players, Elinext Group examines in detail three concepts regarding customized development of ERP systems.
"When dealing with the development of ERP systems it's of high importance to set forward three main approaches to ERP and offer your customers the best one. As each of them has its own pros and cons, Elinext Group specialists should be ready to present our expertise in the development of on-premise, web-based, and cloud ERP solutions," stated Maxim Dadychyn, Elinext Group's Project Manager.
Traditional license on-premise implies hardware and software that is located in-house of the company. It means that ERP system is installed on your own servers and you are the rightful owner of the software and only you can physically access the servers. Deploying ERP solution on in-house server, it's possible to integrate it with other software or efficiently customize it to the business needs. While web based ERP software can serve as a great alternative that is reputed to reduce up-front cost and involves the provision of maintenance and support services.
At the same time, ERP in cloud includes hosted and SaaS ERP solutions for businesses. They are delivered on-demand over a network and has a bunch of advantages in comparison with two previous approaches. Among the most significant there are minimized initial investment and technical staff implication, increased scalability and ROI of the ERP application investment, subscription pricing and secure access from multiple places all over the world.
"Remote access, flexibility and high-security are the core features to be considered in the development and usage of the ERP system. Today, ERP in cloud with multi-tenant and single-tenant architectures responds to the basic requirements of the global market. And the tendency is that more and more market players make their choice in favor of cloud software. At Elinext Group, we should apply our experience to propose the appropriate approach to the implementation of ERP solution regarding business strategy and scale of each company," - added Maxim Dadychyn in the course of the discussion.
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Contact Information:
Elinext Group
Eugene Grinkevich
+1 (516) 393 5818
Contact via Email
http://www.eligraphics.com/
Ireland Office
Marina House, Adelphi Quay
Waterford, Republic of Ireland
Belarus Development Center
155b Bogdanovich St.
220040 Minsk, Belarus
Phone: +375 (17) 237 53 65

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