ERP Forecast: Partly Cloudy – Private vs Public vs Hybrid Solutions

ERP cloud offerings are growing in demand because they enable companies to reduce upfront development costs, scale systems up and down easily and speed up deployment times. Unlike traditional ERP systems, which are installed on dedicated servers located on a company’s premises, cloud-based ERP systems are installed on third-party servers and software and accessed via the Internet. While businesses can run their ERP in public Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) models or as private self-managed ERP cloud installations, we are seeing an increasing trend toward a hybrid cloud computing model where core ERP processes are being deployed in the cloud while some best-of-breed solutions are still hosted on-premise in the company data center.

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